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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896060901 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. cnviicn chime. knil wifn, ltev. Leslie V. bprnj-u- e Hev. Lilln Frost Kprai-ue- , have been in- stalled paMors o( the new South church in Boston. This ia the first case o( thia j ' Interior Journai STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY JUNE 9. 189G. NO. 29 GARRARD COL'STY. sort on record Rev. Ben Helm hns returned from North Jellico, wliero lie held a ineetiiiK. in 00 reclamations, con- which versions and eanctillcatione. He will be h mnetiuK at I'ittsburK the latter part of tills week. Hev. Geo. 0. Barnes ia in the city and will commence a aeries of meetings at 7. Ij He' at the court house is accompanied by hia daughter, Miaaj Marie, who has with Iter faithful little organ done auch tillcient service in many a Kentucky community. Bow- -' Hug Journal. According to the late Baptist hand-- ' book, there are of Baptists in all the world 1,70503. The large majority of these are in the Tnited .States, many being colored people. The immersions throughout the world w ere last year II They have 50,07s churches and pastors and mifalonariea. Mr. 1. W. Carter, who la never so hapty as when attending a chu'ch gathering, was in Casey Hunday at the dedication of the Green Kiver church, wheu he tells us 1,600 people enjoyed good sermons from Kids. J. (J Montgomery, V. L. aud Zick WiIIihiiis, of Adair, and ate good things world without end. The Indebtedness of ii.50 whs raised almost without effort. This is the tifth church that Bro .Montgomery liaa been iustru-- , menial In building in Casey in tie 3j years lie liaa been there The I.stkiuoii in mistaken in stating in iu religious column tlmt tiie General Aembly of the Southern Presbyterian churcii liad opened its theological seminaries to Negroes The fact is that the assembly did take action on the case of a Xegro who wan refused admittance to the Presbytery of Charleston as a candidate d far the ministry and the i'reebytery give any other reason for its refusal to to receive him Have that tie was colored. The Synod of South Carolina failed to sustain tins action of Charleston Presbytery and the Presbytery complained to the General Assembly at Memphis, and the Assembly sustained the Synod, thus mittlm- - (he church on record that a ... I.I.. . i. . cani reeiiyiery um uu iium iu irjcn n .,..,! didate for the ministry simply because he is black. But the education of such a candidate for the ministry is another question That in the Southern Presbyterian church ia provided for in the case of Negroes byStillmau Institute, a theological seminary undur the control of that church at Tuscaloosa, Ala , thoroughly equipped and specially endowed or the purpose of educating Negroes for the Southern Presbyterian ministry. So tiiere is no need, even if there were a disposition on the part of any, to open the theological seminaries of the Southern Presbyterian church to Negroes, and, as a matter of fact, the Assembly took no such action. As I know that the I.vrait-io- n has no interest in tho matter beyond publishing the news aud that it would regret giving circulation to an erroneous statement concerning a great church, I am thus moved to speak out iu meeting W. W. BnuiK. and explain. ht 7. 33,-113- j lS KJt ' ,1 i i fail-u- , . ... , I - SOMEWHAT Lfn'M. Mrs. Lucy Young, wife of Hev. W, C. Young, I). D , of Danville, died in ' Philadelphia. Two fellows who were peddling tl o questions for common school teachers to answer at examination for $10 are in jail at Barbourville and some of tie teachers are also under arrest H Graham Price lost a handsome diamond stud, valued at $123, during the convention at Lexington. It wsb lifted from hia cravat whilo be was in the crush in the Phunix Hotel. Advocate. A tape worn, measuring SO feet in length, was taken from Elmer Deather-ugand one measuring 10 feet from Emit Zdlmann on Tuesday, by Dr. A. Dunn, "The Quaker Doctor," who has been here for the past week. Richmond Register. News of the death of Mr. James R. Guagell, at hia homo in Independence, Mo., has been received by friends here who feel sincerest sympathy for the young wife bo sadly bereft. She was Miss Lettie Lee Rochester, who was born and ralbed here, and whoae happy, Bunny temperament will be remembered by all who knew her. May the Healer of tho terrible woundB intlicted by death, sustain and comfort her. o, Four persona were drowned and much property damaged by a cloudburst at Leavenworth, Kan. The Kentucky Chautauqua will open in Lexington Juno 30 with a good programme embracing a seesion of 11 days. During the Corpus Chrlstl procession at Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, six persons were killed and 50 injured by he explosion of a bomb which was thrown into the crowd. Lon G. Hyner, of Washington C. H., 0., loaded his gun to kill a chicken for dinner. The hammer of the gun truck something causing it to discharge and blew the top of hia bead off. OP; w. MA TRIMOXIAf. MA TTElVi. . JfUSTOXVTU.E. .M VI ' Mis.n Maria Cook entertained ThurB George Isaacs, who baa been marri- Tht,rM trill lm uurui..o. i i,0 a D,Q.i,.su wj vats j ibiD day evening at her pretty county home, terian church at McKinneynil tuu Sunday ei eight times, was arrested in Letcher next ' county on the charge of bigamy. James A. Mc'arlev shinned two car afternoon at l oVlnrk. Dr. F. O. Young, of Lexington forloads ol hogi to Cincinnati, for which he Hev. II, J. Pinkerton announced I'M paid t!Ji that Ht his next appointment be would merly of Liberty, and later of Lancaster, Miss Carrie Curry entertained Fri- - preach on the topic, "Is Baptism Essen-da- y ia soon to marry Miss Etfie, daughter of General Hill. evening from .s to 12 in honor of her tial to Salvation"" Two midgete, each less than four friends. Last Sunday was children's day at VI WE WILL GIVE- The Sunday-schoo- l InetituteSunday the Christian church. It was celebrated feet high, wre married at Niagara Falls. .V afternoon and night wbs held at the with appropriate exercises, and a collec- They are M. L. Comfort, of Oswego, N. Presbyterian church. Y., aged 62, and Miss Eva B White, of tion for foreign missions taken up. in V1 Monroe, Mich., aged 45. James Littrell sold a bunch of lambs IV' Mrfl. Nancy Givens has greatlv imDr. A. Wilkes Smith, of Richmond, toll K. Robinson at 4Jc. Frank Folger proved in health and is now believed to Call and examine samples. To reduce stock. r that if Mies Elvira sold 26 hogs that averaged about 250 lite, be convalescent. Mrs. Susan Wright im- tells the Miller, of the Louisvi.le Times, is to at 2e. proves very alowly. She is hardly able marry, his wife, who is her sister, hss As Jim Lewib, a Negro 17 yours old, yet to eit up. v' was engageJ in working In the Held he ' The free silver men are very jubi- - not been advised of it. 1 I.! the. announcement of her Precdhu wa? stricken with paralysis Tuesday and lam over ineir recent victories, uoi. men Josh Swope's prophecies have come to tnarriagp, by some strange mistake tLis .. ..VUAAAA.'w..UWWaAAAAAa1 J. A...AAAA Miss Margaret Murphy will begin pass, and now wo impatiently await the appeared in tho Enquirer as a dispatch . . w"1' r t j r r ,t,,;, i i I'ti'i iwrrf j.j i ! i ; tiitvr:rri-rrrr:- : teaching a private kindergarten class promised prosperity. from Lancaster: Miss Alba Pope, ol this June H. Miss Lily Grant has been enAllen & Lyon shipped a car load of county, a popular young lady and singer ! gaged to do tho playing for her nice lambs to Cincinnati Thursday. Jaa. of note, died here last evening. She forThe Presbyterian Mitu Society will Harper bought of Thoa. Thornton, of merly lived near Mn.sville. It is telegraphed from Din ville that Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Mar- Marion county, 51 head of No. 1 bogs, Mies Jennie Tompkins, daughter of W. garet Gill. Tiie Bible Readiug Circle al- which iioBtibsequently sold to Wm. McReduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods W. Tompkins, and Curtis Montgomery, so ineetH with her Friday evening. Cormack at 2c. Lower Than Anybody. By special invitation Eider W. L. a Centre Co lege Btuden', "" married Judge Wm. Patterson, one of GarNot evpn the members of rard's oldest and most highly esteemed Williams attended the dedicatory servi- In December. tho girl's family knew of the marriage, citizens, is reported very low As he is ces at tho Christian church at Middle-bur- g My loss is your gain, and if you want last Sunday. Elder Montgomery, which is a complete surprise to all. 73 years of Ege, his recovery is doubtful A Lima, O., man threw himself bewho is pastor of the church, is to be conin the extreme. gratulated on the prosperous condition fore a moving train arid was crushed to Many friends were grieved to learn death. Just before doing so, however, You bought them before, now is your time. Saturday that Mrs. J. G. Sweeney wes of ids work in that field. he gave a friend the following note: "My suddenly stricken with paralysis. Her Rev. Mr. Milliken, of Someraet, forlife so miserable for me that ...A.-- '.henlth ha been failing for more than a merly pastor of the Baptist church here, wife makes ,." I greatly prefer the descriptions I have "VS vtS ,..i. W"W year, ever since she had la grippe. preached an excellent sermon at the Bapfrequently heard of hell to life with tist church recently. He is always welMiss Bettie West, the bright little ber." daughter of Mr W. T. West, come and heard with pleasure. The James S. Wickeraham, formerly of had tho nail misfortune to fracture her Baptists now have a young man in view this place, was married at Somerset last right arm a few days Hgo. While climb- to supply them statodly. It is hoped week to Misa Sallie B. Simpson, of that ing a fence she fell with Htich force that that they will he successful iu securing city. Tho ceremony waa performed by ins services. she broke her nrm W. E. Arnold. In speaking of the Mr. John Crawlord, of Perry ville. Rev. Tho first teachers' examination was marriage the Reporter eays: "Wo wish UEALKKS IN. be.d Friday and Saturday in County Su- and his daughter, Mies Mary, were tho 'Wick' and his fair bride all tho happiperintendent J Hunt McMurtry'a room. gueetH of Mr. Florence Yowell's family ness allotted to mankind. They will The examiners were Dr. ll. M. Grant last Friday. Mr. Crawford is tiie father make Somerset their home and will go wis, aud J. Hunt McMurtry. Ten teachers of Prof Crawford, of Danville, who U6ed to housekeeping in a few days." stood test for certificates Tho exami- to preach to tho Presbyterian church Mr. W. H. Carr, a freshman, of Cen Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. nation for Negro teachers will be held here Mrs. Hattio Bishop left Tlmreday tre College, and Misa Alba Pope, of to visit friends and relatives iu Tennesnext Friday and Saturday. Boyle, eloped to Lancaster and were marsee. Miss Minnie Dinwiddie is visiting It The entertainment Friday evening ried by Rev. F. M. Hill. It was a genat Bradfordsvillo. Anthony Hunn, of Colliv Miss Salhe Andersou'a kindergarten surprise to tiieir friends. The bride umbia, was in town Friday. Miss Min- uine 3f Give us a call and be convinced. class was highly gratifying to tho patrons is a brunette of great loveliness of feanie Woods returned from school at Danof tho school. The training of the puture, form and character and has many ville, Wednesday, to spend the vacation pil ami their manner of reciting and friends hero, where she has frequently with her mother. Mi3 Margaret Hopsinging would reflect honor upon chilwill ever feel a deep inter per, of Perry ville, visited relatives itero visited, who dren of older growth. Mucii praise is est in and wish for her every earthly last week. Lee Lawrence, of Perryviile, due Miss Anderson for her manner of happiness. Tho groom is the eon of a was iu town a few days since. teaching. Pennsylvania coal operator and is said to be a fine young man. Mr. and Mrs. C n After an illness of several months of 1ARMAXD TRADE ITEMS. will leave for the Key Stone State asa Jin inflammation of the stomach, Mrs Anne B. Hopper died at the family residence Tho stomach of a horse holds on an aa commencement Is over. on Thursday night. Surrounded by her average about 3 gallons. CllAB ORCHARD. w jhting for your trade, by faithful and (leveled children at the ripe Shelled oata and corn wanted. M. giving you rnuay cignt jonn .. u f age of To years, thus ended the earthly S.fiJ. W. Baugbman. and Miss Katie Slaughter eloped to i Oracle, formerly owned by J. B. careerof another one of Lancaster's oldand were married. They areatoopinv est residents The funeral was preached Gentry, of this county, won a race at at the Vanderpool House for the presat the house on Friday morning at 10 Oakley. ent. o'clock by Rev. T. II . Campbell. The deWanted. Cattle to graze. Good grass The box supper which came after When we offer Bargains, you can see for yourceased was long a consistent member of and plenty of water. R. L. White, Hub- the church entertainment Saturday night self, as our goods are marked in the Baptist church. Nine children, three ble, Ky. at the college was well attended and will sons and six daughters are left to mourn Sir Walter won the Brooklyn Handi- holp the base ball club defray their sumthe departure of a loving mother. The cap. Clifford waa second and St. Maxim mer expenses. remains were interred In tho Lancaster third. Time, 2:0SJ. Misses Farria and McWhorter, of cemetery by the aide of loved ones who John B. Foster sold to E. P. Woods London, are guesta of Mr. John McAT45 fat hogs for delivery between the 15th have goue before. Whorter and family. Mra. Bessie Lisle Died, Thursday night, aged 70, Mr. and 25th of this mouth at 2c. Cherry, of Bowling Green, will be homo T. B. llobinson, of Garrard, bought of W. H. Smith, after a long and painful illJuno 15th to remain until after the eloness of 20 years of cancer. Death came Parriah Brown here yesterday 20 stock cutionary contest at Stanford, in which to tho weary anfierer as a aweet relief af- cattle at 3c and a small premium. alio takes part. Rev. John Anderson and Bronaugb it Harris sold in Cincin- wife stopped a few days with bis parents, ter so many years of pain. He was engaged in tho dry goods business here for nati tiireo car loads of hoga at 3.15 to Rev. O. B. Anderson and wife. He has -- TO ALL many years and won the esteem of all 3.30. They will ship another load to- been attending the Bible School at Louisby hia strict integrity and fair dealing. day. ville. He loft Saturday to take charge Too Commoner, W. M. Wallace's of a church at Morristown, Tenn. Mr. He was twice married and was a devoted member of , tho Presbyterian church. great horse, won the Cincinnati Press Ivon W. Fish is up from Stanford on a Tho funeral was preached Friday after- Stakes. Ramiro came second and Sir vacation. noon at tho residence of Rev. W. P. Nel Play third. Saturday night, tho loyal temperDanville, Ky. Powell & Harper, of tho West End ance legion and Crab Orchard kindergar- J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, eon and tho remains interred in Lancaster cemetery. A wife and two daugh- bought of Thompson & Son, of Brad- ten gave an entertainment at the Baptist ters, Mra. Joe P. Sandifer nd Mrs John fordsvillo, 51 Poland china bogs averag- church. Miss Maybelle Fayne bad charge M. Logan, are left to mourn the death of ing 137 pounds, at 2 GO. of the little folka and the affair was quite a good husband and father. The Harrodsburg Democrat reports entertaining, the claas waa aa follows: VI . ... .. . . . m W. .M Mr. Malcolm Thompson, of Paine'a sales of several car loads of bogs at 2A, Margaret Wallace, Grace McClure, MagDepot, is visiting his sister, Mrs. G. S. and 1,000 Inmba at 4 to 5c. The prospect gie Culton, Georgia King, Elizabeth Gaines. W. H. Harris, of Carlisle, ar- for corn is fine and a bigger crop than Payne, LenaNapibr, Mamie and Ethel rived Saturday on a visit to his parents, last year is promised. B&atin, Lillie P. Edmiston, Nannie PleasIs NoM W. W. Lyon tells us that he bought ants, McClure and Wilson Napier, St.?' V Mr. and Mra.E. L. Harris. Miss LillicNoel, of Danville, was visiting her brother, Mr. a car load of hogs at 2.85 and shipped Wallace, Sam King, WillieStepben-son- , ; H. T. Noel, and family last week. Mies them to Cincinnati. The lot cost $373.90 Barnie Culton; Little Wilson NapLaura Powell la In Stanford. Miss Mel-li- and his commission merchant reported ier, carried off the honors oiocot- Hopper, of Covington, is with her that they brought after paying freight of the evening. A vocal duet by Master , a profit of just four cents. n Delong Wallace and Lillie Paxton EdLancaster relatives. Miss Stella left Sunday to spend the vacation At Chicago Saturday wheat jumped miston deserves special notice. Next with her father in Danville, III. Mies up 2c on report of poorcondition of the Saturday which will be the closing of the Carrie Embry, of Lexington, ia visiting crops in Kansas. Pandemonium reign kindergarten school, the teacher will Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. her aunt, Miaa Dove B Harris. Mra. Joe ed for awhile, speculators pushing, howl take the class to Ottenboim and let them You should call in and see our stock. P. Sandifer, of Middleaboro, ia with her ing and squeezing in their efforts to buy eojoy a picnic. mother, Mra. W. H. Smith. Messrs. J. in their short lines. July closed excited James Robinson, who lives at the L, Hardin, R. White and J. McCormack, atOIJc bid. Yesterday's court was the dullest fcr foot of Mason's Gap, died Friday. Ho of Corbin, were visitors in our city laBt All new goods for spring and summe week. Mrs. Fox, of Nicholasville, ia years. A small crowd was in town and was an honorable old man and was much with her son, James I. Hamilton, and little business was transacted. There was likod by hia neighbors. wear. Every thing strictly I Emily, the World's Fair saddle :: wife. Misa Julia May Gainea leavea to- about 50 cattle on the market. Good a brought 2J to mare, owned by Gen. John B. Castle-maday to viait relatives in Lexington. Mra. two and has a colt by Highland Denmark, was dull at 2J. A, Hoffman, of Hustonville, visited Lancas- 3.05; butcher stuff friends. Mies Frankio Douglass, of plug horae or two sold at $17 to $28. No 730. It is a dark bay, with small star, ter and pronounced to be very fine. Lexington, was a visitor last week of Mibs mules were offered. The charred remains of the wife and Col. N. D. Miles says he has 160 acres Allie May Leavell. Mie CarrioCurrey ia son of George Crayden ware found in the the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. D. Gaines of wheat that will average about 12 bushBear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Cooper Dunn, of Leadville, Col., after an els to the acre. And also 00 acres of ashes of their home near Ramsey, Ind, of 13 years, is again at his old corn that is knee high. The crops in It is believed they were murdered and absence Threshing Machine. home viewing the scenes of bis child- Jessamine will make a much larger yield the house set on fire to conceal the crime. Yours for Bargains, --The trial ol Dr. W. N. Bcott, charged hood. He is the guest of bis mother, than at first reported. Embry & Poor, with having performed an abortion endMrs. Margaret Dunn. W. G. Smith, of who have been slopping about 500 bead Covington, was here several days last of cattle at Onrley's distillery, have sold ed at Cynthiana, the jury returning a - Hustonville, Ky The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, week visiting bis mother, Mrs. Elizabeth tbem to Lehman Bros., of Boston, at verdict of acquittal, although the woman left a dying statement that he did Smith. Miss Nellie Bourne has returned 3.05 and one car load of bulls at 2Jc, g--i commit it. from Hamilton College. Jessamine Journal. LAXCASTER. .. a WALL -- PAPER! nt BARGAINS W. .f WALL PAPER ' ter Syd-no- l B. M'ROBERTS. rr-- t a. nvjr,-f.r --- I ...-- S U CO El SS My Suock Must 3s Reduced. GOODS CHEAPER THA1T v:.A-...-- EVER . JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. - -- K-k CRAIG & HOCKER Pays to Deal with a Cash House. J Ll&s fl Comanche Indian ij. ii ,1 -- ?Ui-c- d -- e and Satisfaction PLAIN -- FIGURES ONE IM W PRICE THZE GLOBE, v I Mil MliLBlPUIL 1 De-lo- ng 1 Complete in Everu Department. I e four-years-o- ld, Hen-dre- 137-1- jew jyiijlixpery Glotfyig- Up-to-dat- e. I 1 I '. 1 1 three-year-old- n, ?nm& Ladies,' "BGD K0K." 1 Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety. CHARLES WHEELER :ISvSv3!SS r i ' EMI-WEEK- iNTERiORjOURMftl The Jessamine county republican con- Stanford, Kt June 9, 1896 W. P. WALTON. While none of its acta were very creditable, somo of the doings of tbo late democratic convention at Lexington was n disgrace to the name of the State and to democracy. The unseating of the Music Hall delegation from Louisville by a committee on credentials, composed of men never heard of before outside of their respective townships and the endorsement by the convention of their action, was worse than infamous. It was done by order of the great mogul, Blackburn, and solely to humiliate lion. A. J. Carroll, who had dared to vote for Carlisle lor U. S. Senator over "the cave, of winds." This is what he is said to have said and it must be true since his minions obeyed like a lot of spaniels: "Tony Carroll has no more right to a scat in a democratic convention than Bill ed lift 1 u'l fl il i) M ed themselves forward and got there. "It was enough," said he, "to have had Ben Lee Hardin on an important committee and to have made Wat Hardin without ram one of the delegates-at-largming Jack Chinn down us as member of the democratic central committee for this mankind and the greatest dienraee and district." And most of us who are not "Are you a candidate for judge of tho scandal to religion, including the relicion afraid of Jack and his knife say "amen. ' court of appeals?" asked an I. J. man of of Mahomet, on tho face of the earth." Capt. Wm Herndon, of Lancaster, yesThe present administration finds that Miss Alice Holmes, who was present terday. "My friends are pushing me the checks already on hand are not good for the nomination and you know what at the marriage of her brother, Prof enough to draw on an empty treasury means. They don't often push un- Charles 11. Holmee, to Mies Olivia Wirt and has had new ones made. Abe Lin- that til they get an intimation of one's desire Summers at Birmingham, Ala., tells us coln will take John 0. Breckinridge's pushed," repliod the captaiu, who tnat they will make their home there, place on the treasurer's check and Audi- to ba good Bhape for an but will go to Virginia to tho marriage of Tns Richmond Pantagrapu, which we; tor Stone's little boy's face will ornament is looking well and in canvaps. Misa Jennie Summers, who is shortly to, of Speed j his. Theee changes seems to occasion a active take is the mouth-piec- e wed a Mississippi lawyer, and spend somo Smith, sajs that he expects to get the waste of money that is not there to Mn. A. H. Bastin, of Crab Orchard, is time at Col Summers'. nomination for Congress by having the waste. one of the few men who have made monPence A Bibb have bought A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, .o0t contest iu Garrard decided on its merits The president gave such good and sat- ey with a saw mill. A dozen years ago Minus tills BfHSon at c lor June hi deRock- -, and because of tne fact that tho v nothing and owed $1,500. isfactory reasons for his veto of the de- he bad T. D. RANEY, Manager. for June 20 to July 10 decastle convention as called is illegal. It ficiency bill that even the republican he owes nothing and haa Borne Sls.-00- 0 livery and 3J livery. says: "The committee called the con-- 1 House could not gainsay Branch Stores: or $20,000 worth of property. Enerit and declined vention for Monday, May IS, but the to pass it over his objections bv a vote of gy and economy have been the secret of Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg Headqtitrtors Department of Kencounty chairman who was a Davison ' 40 to 149. There are some things so Un his success and if he lives long enough Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Republic. man. withdrew the lecal call and held u frfludulent tbat even thieves and uses, the same motto, there's no tell- tucky, Grand Army of the Louisville. Juuo 1, lvt. preceding Saturday. Ky., Elirabcthtown, Frankfort, tho convention the ing how rich he'll be A man who ought fflay fltad appaUe(, flt jt (i UNGUAL OHDEItS NO 2. All me same wiu uiucuiu iiurau ia kuiuK and Mauckport, Ind. to know says that Mr. Bastin made over 1. At the Encampment the following to win. The machine ia for him and the i The convention at Lexington was very $4,000 last year. comrades were elected &yP' machine in this district is all powerful. pronounced for free silver, free trade, Wants His Picture. H. B. Grant, A. J. Tliarp, senior vico coinii ander. It isn't our fight, but we are for Lincoln free lunch, free whiska and for Winston, Ky II G. Irln whether democrats, republi- - (thing else free, except free speech, grand secretary of ho Kentucky Grand Post No. Lodge of Masons, writes to Secretary G. ble, junior vice commander, Poet No. 20, and here's hoping Lin- -, Speech over there was silvern; the cans or jackasses county's entry may wear the laurels forced silence of the minority must'have L. Penny, of Lincoln Lodge, that he Somerset, 0. A. Dupe, medical director, wants the picture of Leandor Cox, of his 132, Louisville; Louis Robinson, chapof a nomination. been golden. lodge, who was grand master in LS13. lain, SS, Bowling GrtHn Edwin Forbin, Any one having a picture of any kind of historian, 11, Fordsville. AT- John B. Thompson save ho haB a POLITICAL POIXTS. nomof Mr. Cox would do the Masons a favor walk over for the Congressional are 2. Tho following appointment Ho needn't It is believed that Congress will ad- - by sending it to Mr. Penuy at Stanford, hereby announced: Oliamu W. Erd ination in this district. be so cock sure of that. With Foree journ today or tomorrow. who will see that it is properly returned limn, senior aid J camp, 132, Louisvillti out of the way, John Sam Owaleyi Col. John 0. Hodgea has announced after it ia copied, to be hung in Memorial E. P James, jtidgo nd vocatf, V3, Morgan Jr., could defeat him easily as the thing for Congress in the Seventh. Hall at Louisville. town; F. D. Forrester, dipt. inspector, Cooking, now stands. We are not authorized to John S. Rhea has definitely decided 132. Louisville, George II. MuKianny, Suicidk. Mr. George F. Anderson, I leating, say he will do so, but Mr. Foree'a coun- to run for Congress in the Third Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less t. chief mustering oilicer, 5S. Stanford; Sidwho was on Friday's train, told us of the ney J. GbIoh, special a'd decamp, Iouis-villty having repudiated tho principle for Gasoline, than actual cost. which he contends, it would appear that Hon. Alberts. Willis has decided suicide that occurred that morning in AMERicrs Wiikdon, Commander. it ia the better part of wisdom for him to not to make the race for Congress. He Mt. Vernon Mr. Arthur Herrin, son of o E. A. Herrin, a citien of county stood will return to Honolulu. withdraw. Mr. Owsley's NKW AJVKI1)'.FM pretby him and will continue to do so. Local option carried at Brownsville, Rockcastle, on being rejected by a Saturday, by a majority of 10. The wets ty young lady, Mies Addio Clill, went The Virginia democrats, at least those are going to contest as usual. to her house after shaving and dreesing again urned her to re who ran the convention last week, are Hanua, McKinley's manager, sayB himself nn anil For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in an illogical and impractical set. They lent. She declined to do so and he sent that Bradley's withdrawal ia a "shrewd say they "are for eound money the move" but wouldn't say in a bullet through his brain, dying at the A meeting ol the ttnckhoiile'i the Knob what way. insoundest that the word has ever had or Lick, McCormack'a & Turnerv,. lurnpilv C" The House committee on ways Bnd feet of the woman he loved, almost McCormacL'i, JULY 3. iE, ati ill can have" and then declare for free sil- means, by a vote of 13 to 2, decided to stantly. It is said that he had also taken o'clock held atfor the purpote ol cltvtinz officer. D m.. ver at a ratio of 10 to 1. As the commer- report the Senate Bond bill adversely. enough morphine to kill him. He was for the eniinn jear. 1, td ED l'l TON, I'reiident ia reported to have While for Men and Boys wc have cial ratio is 30 to 1, there would bo no Senator Goebel'a fealty to Black- about 20 years old and gold coined and we would have silver been drinking hard of lata. burn was iu a measure rewarded. He monometalism with a dollar of it worth waa placed on both the State free silver MORE XEWS XOTES. and not so much toso much committtees. morrow. The country doesn't want that Over SO Turkish soldiers were cut to The Louisville Post saya that Kenkind of "sound monev." tucky is not yot ready to acknowledge pieces by insurgents at Vamos. James K. Powell, a prominent citiWc have the Narrowest Toe Made on CenturyJLasts. at Frank- the leadership of Blackburn, Chinn, One republican zen of Pulaski county, died last week already been caught up with in Williams, Sommers and Woodson. fort has A Parkeraburg, W. Va., young man In tho Virginia democratic State bis rascality and been fired from a posikilled himself trying to lift 1.0G0 pounds, . B. convention a resolution pledging the tion which paid f 150 a month. . Next door to Penny's Drug Stoic, Stanford, Ky. 1T. ..! 1. on a weger. McEuen, chief clerk in Supt. David- Virginia uemocracy to aoiue Dy tne acBuab and Fred Smarr were Fred son's office, confessed on being caught tion of the Chicago convention waa redrowned in the Ohio river near Ashland had sold examina- jected. dead to rights tbat be The democratic convention commit- while in bathing. tion questions to applicants for teacher's In Order To George Washington Murray, colorcertificates and waa fined $50. Dischar- tee on credentials fired the sound money delegation from Graves county and seat ed, of South Carolina, waa Beated by the ged and disgraced, he ought to enlist with after a contest. the insurgents and fight for the Cubans. ed both delegations from the Eighth and Houae Chesapeake, Ohio and SouthThe Ninth wards of Louisville, Bourbon and western railroad will be Bold July 25. Editor Landram has grown tired of Kenton counties. Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell having a Cincinnati house print half his Gov. Bradley saya that he haa not The upset price ia 11,500,000. Mra. S. H. Bassett, of Findlay, O., paper without consulting him aa to what withdrawn from the presidential race at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, shall go in it and reaping a harvest of ad- and characterizes as infamously false the mistook strychnine for quinine and took but also the nev stock, which consists of the latest devertisements besides, and has caught the the alleged proposition made to McKin- a doae. She died in a few hours. signs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all Several liven are reported lost in an step of progress by discarding his "pat- ley that he would withdraw for a cabiother lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry His paper ia now all home net position and throw Kentucky's vote Arkansas tornado. The town of Benton, SOME OF THESE BEAUTI ent inside." in Saline county, waa almost destroyed, goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and print and Bent for a dollar a year. Hur- to him. FUL CHAIRS LEFT, The 2G railroada in the Southern As rah for "Bangs." May his harvest of Five righteous men were found in made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. adopted a charge of 25" free silver be'large. the Senate, willing to support the presi- sociation have bicycles any dis""Remember everything in the house will go at prime dent in his effort to save the people from cents for tranaporting In order to make the thing solid, the tance. cost until closed entirely. fSO.OOO.OOO river and harbor steal. radical majority in the House unseated the Marion Glasgow, of Adams county, Five righteous out of 90 beems a rmall Downing, of Illinois, and now not a sinholder of a percentage, but it ia much larger than 0 , ia tbo youngest gle democrat answers to roll call in Concertificate in the U. S. He ia teacher's waa found in Sodom several years ago. gress from that State. Lockhart, of North Louisville only 11 yeara old. NEW STOCK OF MATTING Post. Carolina, waa unseated, and now there are Harry Allen, of West Point, this Now that the silver men have won AND WALL PAPER scarcely enough democrats in tbat body for whipping his chiltheir fight, it is to be hoped that extreme State, is wanted JUST ARRIVED. unmercifully for having goods to order the yeas and nays. moderation will characterize (heir con- dren BY- him at various stores. to Make it a point to get my priUrey Woodson Bald before the conven- duct. They should remember that charged AtCedarville, 0., a drunken man ces before you buy, no matter what tion that he wanted it understood that while in the majority, they are only a chopped and seriously wounded his wife line you want to purchase. be waB the great and original Stevenson portion of thejderaocrats of Kentucky and baby with an ax. A mob made an man, having first named bim for presi- tbat there are hundreda of tried and true iinBUccesaful attempt to lynch him. dent in 1895. This is not very important, party men who hfcve worked early and The ocean steamship record has further than to Bhow that Blackburn haa late for democratic success, who believe been broken from Southampton to enemies to his ambitions even in his own in the single gold standard. Woodford again New York. Tbo St. Paul made it in Sun. ranks. six days, five honra and 32 minntea. And Funeral Director. The National Organization of MexN Judge George B. Eaatln, of Louia-trfll- WANTED-A- N With Blackburn aa president and Jack IDEASSSRIKiK who was appointed judge of the thins to oatentT l'rotectyonrlrteas ; thevmar Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Burjtrv Rohr.Q .Chinn aa secretary of war we could twist can Veterans will hold their annual re continually and with no union tbta year at Lexington, beginnins I pniirt of appeals by Gov. Brown, died in brlntr rem wealth. Write JOHN WEDIJHIU ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. the Lion's tail IN & CO., I'atent Attorneys, Washincton. Court-Hous- e Italy, of congeation of the brain. , a, for their 91,800 prize offer. Square, Stanford, Ky. . Rome, I "uyfear of the conaequencM. Room opposite e, ! Bradley, and as sure as God lives and reigns be shall not stay there. If the committee on credentials doesn't unseat him my people will take the matter up in convention and eject him summarily." There waa no semblance of justice in unseating the delegation. It was done purely for revenge and against reason or right, save that which lies in might. The delegation was composed of the best citizens of Louisville, backed by every claim to their seats, but they were kicked out and Jim Williams and his gang of thugs Beated, becauoe forsooth, Williams acted as heeler for Blackburn at Frankfort. It is a shame and disgrace that can never be repaired and the more infamous since it was done in the name of democracy. Alas and alack that such a cang should be permitted to ride rough shod t over decent people vention broke up in a big row, Although they are said to have been in tho minorn ity, the Davison men, backed by the tt, ran rough shod over tho faction and gave them no show whatever. Tho dispatches state that every unprejudiced observer expressed the opinion that Smith's forces were in tho mnjority, but they were given no quarter. Thereupon they bolted, 251 Btrong, and adopted resolutions in dorsing Smith and denouncing the other convention as illeeal and unfair and gave emphasis to this: "We condemn tho action of Gov. W. O. Bradley and his appointees for taking such nn active part against Capt. J. hpeed Smith, Jate clerk of our last Legislature, in his candidacy for Congress, believing that such action was prompted bv tho fact that Capt. Smith waa an original McKinley man." It may do theso fellows some good to kick and cues, but that's all they can do. It has been decreed by Gov. Bradley that Davison ehall be given the nomination and and it is useless to kick against the pricks. All the same, Smith is making a game fight and deserves better treatment. ma-chi- LandonGraveon, awaiting trial at ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Frankfort for murder, died of consumpMr. W. S. Wahrkn'h chicken roost wbs visited Friday night and 35 chickens Smith-McKinl- ey are now missing. - F. Rout and G. L. Penny received information yes terday that their electric light cut oil" had been patented. Patkntkd. Mesirs. U. 0. D. Saltmarsh died Sunday and was taken to Seymour, Ind., yeoterday by its parents for burial. . The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Judge T. L. Shblton haa finally been granted license to retail liquors. County Clerk J. F. Cummins accepted his money and ihsued tho pipera a few days ago. tion. At Vincennee, Ind., a conductor, who was blacklisted as the result of tho strike, ws awarded heagreat A. R. vy damages against tho K. and T. II. railroad, Austin Corbin, the of New York, was thrown from hla carriage near Newport, N. II .and eo badly injured that he died a few bonis afterward. A d riot occurred Sunday at F.ankfort when police officers arrest ed two Louisville Negroes, members of a Sunday excursion, who were engHged in l Louisville Store June Sale OF NEW GOODS. Wc have never been able to offer such values as will be seen on our counter this week, bought recently at the lowest cash prices for the purpose of opening the Summer season. Our customers will be pleased and astonished at the low prices on high class goods. Look over our list and check off what you need. multi-millionair- e, small-sizH- a lin. Thomas Smith, of Letcher county, In conversation with a eilverite the other day, he expressed himself more forcibly than cautiously, over the manner in which the Harrodsburg men push- erty loea is heavy. of J. M. Hail resigned and U. 0. Rup- The republicans have a majority of ley, time expired. 25 in joint ballot in the Oregon legislaMammoth Cave ture, but the populists have elected the Those going on the tripThurday morning will please de- two Congressmen. Ono of the latter is a posit $10.75, amount of expenses, with driver for a laundry firm. A call haa been made by Dr. G. W. either Mrs. Nannie Sauiley, or J. S. Young, of Richmond, Bnd Dr. J. J. HaWells, Wednesday r ley, of Cynthiana, for a preliminary Hox. James B. McCkeaiiy baa not been meeting of temperance workers in that heard from as to whether ho can be ono city at the Chautauqua, Julv 0 of the judges of the elocutionary contest Mr. Gladstone has written a letter in at Walton's Opera House. June 19, but which he says ho regards the Turkish everything else is in readiness for what government as "the greatest scourge of will be a brilliant occasion. Thk will of Mrs. Mary Fay waa proba- talked in church and tho preacher reted in the county court yesterday and that proved him. After the eervicen Smith of Mrs. Hannah Jones held up, aa her attacked the preacher and beat him alhusband gave notice that he would con- most to death. At Wingo, a 0. O., and S W mail test it. train ran through an open switch into a At the election for school trustee here Two men were killed and Saturday, Die. W. B. 0'Bnnou and J. freight train. several others hurt. The railroad propK. VanArsdale werochosen in the places m Dry Goods and Notions. We have a full line of summer dress goods, laces and lamburgs that wc arc offering at specially low prices: Extra good quality of dress ginghams 5c, worth 7liC indigo blue cottonadc ioc yard; ladies' vests 5c; ladies' hose 5c; ladies' parasols only 50c; all colors in carpet chain cheap; table oil cloth only 15c per yard; unbleached table linen only 35c yard; floor oil cloth 20c yard; lace curtains 50c per pair. CARPETS AND MATTINGS. If you want a carpet or matting you can save money by giving us a call. Look at our line before buying. CLOTHING. Our clothing department is overflowing with bargains. Come early and get picking choice from one of the largest stocks ever shown in Stanford. SHOES, SLIPPERS Wc arc headquarters for ladies misses', children's, men's and boys' fine and coarse shoes. One lot ladies' slippers 50c; one lot ladies' slippers 75c; one lot ladies' slippers $1; one lot ladies' shoes $1; one lot boys' shoes Si; boys' tan shoes Si. 25: men's fine lace shoes Si; one lot men's fine Congress shoes S1.25 and S1.50. Wc have a full line of men's coarse shoes Si and S1.25. Don't let this chance go by, but come and get the bar gains wc arc offering. 1 LOUISVILLE STORE. , To-da- , I ( , a I every-prodnct- a, fy.'srtwy'ww V V ywypw l'-'S. , en-co- ln T AT YOUR PRICE. dir-tric- e. well-to-d- W. H. WEAREN & CO. Ttirnpilso Election. ! I SLIPPERS and SHOES H. J. McROBERTS. to-da- y Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. onice-hold- er . Close Out Our Stock first-cla- ss 3275 W. P. TATE, Stanford. UNDERTAKING Cf t CJt, W. W. WITHERS. OTCXAinr, Practical Trimmer, Erabalmer n. Stanford, Kt., 4 . Local rains and thunder storms this afternoon and tonight Tuesday fair, There were L'O persons examined by cooler tonight wah the way yesterday's E. C. Walton, tbo board Friday and Saturday, eo Miss dispatch read. Kate Blnin tells us, 18 ladies and eight :CJTYAXD V1C1X1TY. Yoimhould tnko your prescriptions to gentlemen. Mesata. L. 0. Uoaley and II The commencement exercises of StanIVnnyV ilrujt Btoro wheru prompt and ford Female College were inaugurated S. Young ure the examiners. Iteur buckles at cont. Danks. nccurato8rvin in Kunrnriteiul. Sunday with the annual sermon to tho A Boy. Mrs. J. II. Barker, of Jellico, young ladies. Rev. F. S. Pollitt, of Btbiili.no ball cull links at DankB'. PERSOXM. I'oixrs. who was Mies Lottie Giveus, nf this Frankfort, a forniT member of the facCahiiiauk paint. Craig A Hooker. " Miih. Jt'MA Wahk is viBitinK her daub-to- r county, presented her husband with a ulty, delivered it at the Christian church Until the best of our remnants arc gone but come at at l'lirkavillo. " ' line boy last week. Mr. James Walker and all who heard it were- both pleased Watch guards. All colors. Danks. once and Mn. S. 11. Shanks left Sunday for in Glveusis now a "grand pap." and profited by its excellence and apSuroical supplies. Craig A Hocker. to visit relatives. propriateness. The day was cloudless Get good Wool Goods for 4SC, worth 75c to Si. 25. Ik you don't like what you see in this and the church was packed, there being Mh. It. W. Lillahu la with hia daughWAisTsetH, opera ctiHins.etc. Danks. and waut to jump room for not even ono paper Oon't get mad ter, Mitts (muIIi). here. more, when Get Silks and Wool Goods at 24c, worth 50c to 75c. Miss MahyXoklIs vIbUIiikIu Danville Pocket knives at cost at Craig A Hock- - on tho editor. With a eick wife, crying President Shelton, tho faculty and the baby and three overgrown boll, ho has pupils, most of them clad in spotless during tbo commencement. You can get a Waist or Skirt at HALF PRICE. a all the trouble he is looking for. and Howman white, inarched into the church and took Oait.T K. Umn KnriT Jars and Jelly Glasses at Warare viaitii'K at Hartford. Also remnants of Calico, Cotton, Wash Goods & Lawns. of the protheir seats. The second ren A Shanks'. President Smith's private car paseed gram occurred last night, put Mits. Ki Wilkinbon wentdovui to when a concert ia to be Fly Traps and Tangle Foot Fly Paper up to Middlesboro Sunday. It place to was to be given and this morning at Sunday to visit bur parents. used by a party going from that Si. 25 Shirt Waists reduced to 98 cents. is bero at Warren A Shanks'. J. L. Mi li., of Tennessee, Walton's Opera House, after interesting Cincinnati. A box car would suit the dipper. i for a combination it exercises, tho curtain will ring down on cjo S1.00 " Kinley, tho carriage painter, is an ex- aversgo Magic City man just as well, it of (Jrab Orchard' Mm Lizzik Ukazlkv, thn pleasant and profitable session of '95 pert in hia line. Get his prices. seems to us. a 65 la tbo guest of Miss Kthyl Ileuzler. 75 and '90. Hon. J. A. Craft, of Louisville, case spent BiTUMiNOfs and cannot nut coal, botThe jury in the Frank Ellis Circuit Court. Tho case of Marshal pout Sunday nt Jik1k J. W. Alcorn's. Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs and Frank Ellis for tbo murder of Henry tom price. Try it. Noel A Son. were entertained by Mr. J. F. Uoldam. M. J. W. Haw likob, of Danville, elec- Boiiav. "From tho Desert," a book of Deputy Sheriff R. M. Newland bad them Murphy occupied the court from Thurstor for thiH district, was attending court day till a late hour Saturday night, when 200 Borax receipts free at Craig A Hock-er'- c yesterday. in charge and says that most of them be- the arguments were concluded. It was Mits Minnie Mondav returned haved themselves. not submitted to tho jury, however, till from the Xornml College at How Have Kinley paint your buggy. He At the regular meeting of the city yesterday morning. Tho killing occurred line Green. can make it look like new nt a very small council, Mr. John M. Hail tendered his at Junction City h little over a yenr ago. MibbGlunn Hum leaves HiIh week for cost. resignation aa councilman and James H. Murphy was returning with some boya an extended vitdt to relatlvea in Virslnia lot) can talloru to mias getting 'somo BaughuiRii was elected in his stead. The from Burgln and took a pistol from one and Tenneaneo. of those beautiful allkn at LMc on Sever board i now a tie on the whisky ques of them who was drunk and shooting, as Little Mies Kva Dr.v.v, of Danville, tion, wuh the deciding vote In Mayor he claimed in bis dying declaration, to Bpenteveral days with her uncle, Mr. an co A Son's Remnant Counter. provent him from doing injury to himMen- fie Collector 0. J. Newland Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet H. J. McKoberts Ik practice makes perfect, tho college self or somebody. Wtien ho got to JunctaxoHin Jhand of 3,01)0 and the Miss Lena Paynk, of Orant! county, concert last night ouyhtto have been Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock, the aalnrtes of olllcers were ordered paid. tion City tho boy wanted the pistol and Va., is the t of Misses Lucy and best ever given here. Mius Cowen nnd her and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. Ellis advised him to have Murphy arrestOphelia Chancellor. pupils have been rehearsing for a month. Judge Tuttle's to get the "Pythiani6.m" will be tho subject of ed. He started to Mn. Max S a lino eh was up yesterday Rev. A. V Sizemore'a sermon at Wal- warrant and Ellis followed. They came helping Manner T. I). Ranuy nnd tbo Thy J. II. Biuighman k Co.' cooking ton's Opeta Houho at 3 r. M., next Sun- upon Murphy, who said he hadn't stolen Store Kane Bcoals. They are best and cheapest. 1th, in celebration of the pistol and would give it to him when day afternoon, Mn. Ai.lkn Iuan, of Kiimai City, ia ituminous nut 10c., Can in' nut Ic, de"Memorial Day." Rev. R B. Mahony he got sober. EUis attempted to arrest on n visit to bis father and mother, Dr. livered nt your Iioiihk. will assist in conducting the services and him and Murphy became abusivo. Then and Mrs. P. W Logan. Phok F. J. I)i Bchool closed Mrs. Mabnnv will preside nt the organ. Ellis began to beat him over the head Mhb. Ukllk MiUowkn, who lifts been Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at with a pistol, which made the blood A cordial invitation ia extended to evafter a HurrcBaful year. He ia d vl8itiiiK.Mr.nnd Mrs J. I. Alford, has Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. as to whether he will apply for it erybody to attend. Danville, Lancaster, How freely. He took him to Hamner's, returned to Loiilivillti. again, but it is generally hoped that ho Richmond, Harrodaburg, Burcin, Grays, who ordered them out, as he did not Mils. W, L. HoiiiNtoN mid son Landom London and Somerset K. P. lodges have want his floor blooded. Murphy went of Louisville, tre guetta of lier aistep will do BO. G. been invited to bo present, and all oil and sat down on a box. His head Mra. W. II. McHoberls. Mkaslks Killed iiru. Aunt KiUa Knights are ttxpecttnl to meet at Odd oegan to nu'i "lin ana no again comMn. ni Mas. Jamim Dunn nnd Mins Adams, who Uvea on Dlx River, died menced to abuse Ellis, who started toa THE Jennie Totten, of Luucuutur, are ctiesta Saturday of measles. She was nearly !H) Fellows' Hnll nt 2:15 nnd inarch to House, under escort of Knihts W. wards him, when he ran. As bo did so of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Totten. years old and wan one of the best known L E.ha fired, the ball taking edect about McCarty nud W. F. Sheridan, Mn. W. M. liKNTiiv.of Williamsburg, Negro women in hpr section. nt 'J: I J. Services begin promptly the hip pocket and ranging up into the li holding down I. W. Fish's place at the bowels. This occurred nt 3 i i SaturApritKADi.su viper was killed near at 3 o'clock. depot while be ia niaticating. day nnd Murphy died at - a. m the MonMini UKiirisCHKinnTON.of Kingsville, Highland tho other day that had IS hen Tiik Central University commence- day following. Four speeches were wasthe gucat of her biother, Mr. lvl eggs in its stomach. The shells of eomu ment exercises began Sunday and will made, Messrs. R. C. Warren and R. J. of the eggs were not even cracked. For Creighton. Somereet Reporter. continue till when at 10 Breckinridge for the defense and J. W. Try one for 30 Days and if you Mn. and Mna. J. E. Lqi.hdkv, of Row. further information BfO Hen Bnugh. o'clock the commencement proper will Yerkt-tanJohu S. Owsley, Jr., lor the don't like it don't take it. letts, apent reveral davs with their relaFink Work. Mms Lucy McKinney, occur. There are 13 reirular graduates Commonwealth, nnd each is said to have tlvea, Mr. mid Mrs JameB II. Yeagur. didone well. Ellis looks pale nud emaciaof the West End, has on exhibition at and five who will receive department KoitkiiT Fahiii.s returned Friday mornplomas, making a class of IS including ted from his wound and long confineW. W. Withers' store samples of her ing from Winston, N. U., where he has crayon work, which are pronounced by three Indies, Mtaaes Lotitia Crow, Mary ment. Will and Johu Murphy, brothbeen attending the Davis Military Colcompetent jtidgeH to be very tine indeed- Letcher and Mary Tribble. Centre Col- ers uf tho man killed, sat with tho Comlege. lege is also holding its commencement, monwealth's attorneys and Ellis asked .Mus. Minmk (irr.HiH, of Maderaviile, There are --'7 mem- the court to see that they were unarmed. Try one and you will never use Tiir Collrgo Mammoth Cave excursion closing Ind., arrived Friday to viait tbo family will go in style. Col. W. F. Sheridan bers in the senior class of the academic any other kind. At b:30 yesterday morning, the cage of Mr. T. W. Hutchison, of the Hightelegraphed Mr. J. !. Wei. a that a spec- department of Centre College this year was finally given to the jury, which after land aection. ial car woald bo sent out for the party nud live graduates from the Inw school. wrestling with it for three horns, returnMies IIkixk Cahh tells m that the 'a to ho attachod to No I'd riuirtulny morn- In law the seniors are. Charles 0. ed a verdict of 21 years. On the first balexeicicea at Turnersvillo Sunday ing. of Lebanon, C. C Bagby, Danville, lot eight were for iuilicting the death were very mtenating and enjoyable, and Joseph E. Robinson, Garrard county, penalty, two for two years and two for In tho race lor school trustee at Row- John B. Wood, Mitchollsburg, Lawrence that $1'--' were realized. acquittal. On tho second 10 were for Mn. W. H. CiKTid left nt this olllce land, Messrs. B. P. .Martin and J. T Nicholas, Shelby ville. Among the liter- hanging. E Iia received the verdict yesterday, n curiosity. It ii an unusu- O'Hnir were olected over Messrs. J. F. ary graduates are Arthur M. Allen, I'lms. without sign of emotion. Hia attorneys ally large egg nnd has in it n Bmall egg Dehney, W. L. Murphy aud J. F. Mur- C. Caldwell, Ernst T. Smith and Bovle will move for a now If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before trial aud if it is re phy. The friends of the various candi- Woolfolk, Danville: Thomas W. Lawwill, with a hard shell on it. fused take nn appeal. making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priMich AnnuMknekkk went to Udorgo dates aro said to have worked liko Shelby City; and Robert Lyle, Labanou. The grand jury lus returned eight in ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from S5 to Si 5. town Saturday to attend the- commenceThere will bo no class day this year. Last dictments and is still in eessinn. Among ment of tbo college of which her sister, night the customary gold medal oratori- tho indictments are ono for murder Tiieiik was quite an exciting race for Miss Lucille, Is a pupil. was held, followed by a niiainst Anthony Alcorn, the patricide, school trustee in Mncksvillo Saturday. cal contest Mus. Maiiv Knoi.kman has bought a grand banquet by tho seniors at the nnd one agaiimt Dick Evans, Oweley Anderson Carr whs known as George nome in Lancaster ami will move over House. Evans, Will Brown and Miller Broaddus Gentry's candidate anil James Carpenwith Mr. Epli Engieman nnd family bs for breaking into W. P. Tate's Btore. In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from S2 to S4 per pair. ter as Dr. W. D Tardif's. Carpenter won A fairly good looking German woman eoon as she gets possession. Special inducements to Cash Buyers. aud George Uentry was again turned got off the train here Friday afternoon They were brought into court and plead Tux Adiocate pays that Prof. L. 0. down. guilty, but declared they knew nothing and naked to be taken to an officer. Uoaley, who haa presided with good sucConstable Benedict was soon found and of the robbery of S. II. Shanks' store. Mn. W. L. Evans, who was at Huston-villcess over Centre College Academy, has Their trials are set for this morning. Two Saturday, tells us that Mrs. V. B to bim tho lady, who gave her name as indictments were found against Ben been engaged for another year. told the following Mrs. Alico Wildhaber, Miss Mollis Hukiiett, of the College Morse, Miss Bertha Morse and little Yul, Kennedy, one for malicious Bhooting and Parks-villi- ', were thrown out of their buggy while on story: "I am in search of my husband, wounding J. H. White and another for (acuity, left Saturday for a vIbU to John Wildhaber, from whom I tried to after which she will go to Chicago their way to Danville and tho former was get a divorce three years ago and who Bhooting at Will White with intent to to see her brother. Col. Sam M. Burdett. considerably bruiaed up. The latter two recently kidnaped my two sons, who kill. escaped unhurt. Nines kb. J. 11. OwKNsnnd Cabell Owena were under the guardianship of my fathloft for Memphis yesterday, where they TillTai'I-ed- , A gentleman from Ca- er, Joseph Fneg. I live in Newport and will represent the Mutual Insurance Co., sey county Saturday told us that John it was from that city that the boys were of New York, aud tbo Northwestern, res W. Whipp'a hife at Liberty was blown taken. lam informed that my husband pectively. OKopen and (100 secured. This is the fourth haa located in Caaey county." "I'll help The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier . to light Misses Flora. Ballou and Alico time Mr. Whipp has suffered in this you find bim," said the officer, and the and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best ot Holmes, teachers of elocution and music manner. Why doesn't he put his money two left for Liberty in a buggy. InquiInall respectively in the ry at that placo was made for Wildhain tho bank vault? Birmingham, Ala., have restitute at ber, but no one knew of such a person. This ia a big week with the Negroes Further search was made and at last a turned home. Mibb Iva Perkins, daughter of Mr. here. The district conference convened person was found who knew a man anWilliam Perkins, of this county, was one at the Methodist church at 12 o'clock swering the description given by the of the graduates at Jessamine Institute, yesterday and will be in session until to- woman, but who was known as John the Sunday school Cantlin. Mr. Benedict got Sberifl W. 0. Nicbolasville, last week. She returned night. On Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see convention will begin at tbo same church Adama and one of bia deputies to go Will open a Summer School of home Friday. Editor U. E. Woolkolk and City Edi- and continue several days. Some of tho with him to the house of Cantlin, who Elocution at her home in Danville tor Harry Glovannoli, of the Advocate, most noted divines in the State are at- proved to bo the man wanted. The for a term of five weeks, aro both down for papers to be read be- tending the conference boys were there and a suspicious characfore the Preea Association at Georgetown The remains of Curtis Watts, who ter from Cincinnati was also there as and tbo mombors are expecting a treat. died in August 1S91, were exhumed Fri- houeekeeper. Wildhaber was arrested And Most Durable Stove Made. Mn. W. F. Sheridan went to day and taken by Mr. J. B. Higgins and and taken to Liberty and on Saturday morning to help work on Miss Julia Higgins to their vault in the morning was brought here to the train. It will be conducted on the plan a new time card which will go into effect Lexington cemetery, in compliance with Ho nnd Constable Benedict occupied ono Sunday. He tells us that there will his wishes. "Undertaker J. 0. McClary buggy, while just behind tle resolute of the best Summer Schools East. next be little or no change in the passenger tells ub that he opened tho casket and little woman, her two boys and G. W. The work will be beneficial to all trainB. found that the body had dried up, pre King, of Liberty, drove. Her erring husband was handcuffed and she was those who are school workers. It Rev. F. S. Pollitt's friends were glad senting the appearance of a mummy. well. From being monarch of all she surveyed. "I'll make will consist of Voice Culture, to see him looking bo Jack the Milkbh. Tho people of the bim wish he never had seen me before I Physical when ho had the Culture, Pantomimic as thin as a match, Methodist pastorate bore, bo has lleshen-e- d Highland section have boen annoyed for get through with him," snid the little work, Gesture and general Elocuup till be almost has Aldetnanlc pro-- 1 Borne time by a young man who makes irate woman to our reporter, "And I'll it a business to milk all the cows he can teach him not to live with other women tionary and Oratorical work. portions. Terms will be so reasonable as Is Receiving his Db. J. 8. Stait, of Crab Orchard, who find. He tolls the animals to secluded till he is divorced from me." WildhaDaughters Col- spots with salt and there gets in his ber was about the abeepleat looking man to be an obstacle to no one, For was one of the faculty at work. He is known by most of those he we ever saw and if he was not dreading information, address lege, nnder Dr. Baumes, attended Beaucommencement exercises. He Is baa robbed of milk and if be doesn't what was to follow, his looks betrayed mont Mks. A. S. Robertson, thlnklng'of again coming here and tak- want to get into trouble be bad better bim. Couatablo Benedict went with Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Danville, Ky. tbem to Newport, ing charge of the Academy. Democrat. put a atop to bis thieving enterprise, . Iter. GioikikP. Tauiiman, of Newport, joined Ids wife hurt) yesterday. Mna. 0. P. .Stuck ky, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Auniu Taylor and other Jusi: 9, 1890 frk'udn. Misa Olivk Woodson, a pretty bruBusiness Manager. nette, ot St. Joseph, Mo., in visiting Miss Fnnniu Slinnkfl. prices. thing in our complete stock at actual wholesalo cost. W. II. Wearen & Co. I'itEtcnu'TloN work done at lowest cbsIi The Cottago on Whitley Avenue ad" vertised by Harry ItaniBey sold at aucCraig A Hocker. tion yesterday to Mayor J. N. Menefee Until July 1st, lS'JG, you can buy any- for 5570. m m i i. il i (i Remnants at 24c and 48c. -: DOH'T WRIT - Mie-BOt- iri m Ow-en- Cu-Be- y m can-vasaln- .. m m Severance S So yes-tsrda- y PENNY'S DRUG STORE Kiu-a- 1 1 1 Penny's DroJ Sore fi-y'- Fri-da- y undi-cide- L. PENNY, Executor. Op-er- mar-shnl- Popular Washer. - Greatest Washer of the Age- FARRIS & HARDIN. cliil-dren- Bol-dric- k, CLOTHING! CLOTHING! 1'ro-jnn- n. Gil-ch- er Can Not Be Excelled. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. o The Insurance. m Summer School -- Pollock-Stephe- ELOCUTION S. Mrs. A. Robertson THERE IS NO DANGER. . Louis-villeyeaterd- ay Beginning June 24 And Ending July 29. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. C. KUFLEY, -- THE MERCHANT TAILOR SFBINC& AND SUMMER - Cu vmimmtf''yrMmM..aut.ttm emu ,. ' Y: emi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT MT. XESTA. arranged by the young ladiea and youni? gentlemen for Saturday night, 20th, when tho dogs of Will Daw6on, Joe Embry and Gentry Bros, will be put together and Riven a teat of speed. These gentlemen have not been consulted about it yet, the young ladies say, but Jim and Joo are candidates and of course can be counted on to carry out the wishes of "the dear people." Should thoy go againat every precedent and refuse, we will have the fox hunt any way and get Sam Owens' and Mike Elkin's dogs. A number of young people from Stanford will also be in tho chase. There was indignatiou, consternation and thoy do aay tho riot alarm was sounded on tho Hanging Fork the other day about two miles from bore, down stream. Four young ladiea had Bought a secluded spot, where they were sure none would molest, and unrobing, had plunged into the Hanging Fork to have a swimming match. The day was hot as hades and for quite a while they had a high old time, but pleasures are tleeting and shouts of laughter and girlish glee were soon converted into wrath and tears. Knowing where they were, another young lady secured the servicesof Green-berr- y Bright, Jr., and stealing breathlessly to the banks, they procured all the clothes of the ladies who were bathing and carried them to a neighboring hill top. When the girls finally came out to dress, then the trouble began. Green- berry and the other lady wore viewed from afar, but they could not conscientiously approach him, nor bad he the courage to take the dresses back to their owners, and thus tho matter stood the last I heard of it, but Greenberrv wil' tell you how it wound up. ia being; Q UEEXAXD McKIXXEY. A fox hunt Fabllshed Evory Tuesdny and Friday $3 PER YKiVHIX ADVjVNOK atf-Wh- Joseph F. 8mith, who has been visiting her son, Mr. Bowman Smith. went to Pisgah Thursday to visit friends Mrs. At Cost. I I J, rrty. S. OWSLEY, JR 1 A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, I District, subject Is a candidate for Ccng'ess In thit, the Eighth to tut aotion of the Democratic not so paid 32. 60 will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. to., and p. m., returning at 4:3a p. m., and 9:0 p. m. 3:05 L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. ... Vo.es, Train coins North ' " No, 6. " ' South Ko. 15, " No. j, u QUEEN & CRESCENT. No. w J 12 04 p m 313am 103pm 37P m Train past Junction City ai follows: North 11.07 P m No. t South ' 3 ta.o$ a m ' 4 " S " it 35 m " 6 ' 9 " her than Junction City. All traint atop there. 10 8.33 p m nil o " ...3.4a ...1.00 ...3. IS ...6.00 p ra p m a m a m ROYAI a pleasant visit to Maywood. Oloyd Hughes is visiting his sister, Mrs. Annie HanBford, atSomoraet. Mrs. Dtiun, of Wilmore. is the ciipri of lior nlntur. Mr. J. H. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. J U. Bark- -' er, of Jellico, are visiting Mra. R. U. Mc- Kinney. Mack Williams, night opera tor here, has become so infatuated with the game of croquet ami tho pretty girls that he has stopped sleeping altogether. Bailey Grinstead and little sister, Carrie, of Louisville, are visiting relatives here. Miss Kate Bogle, of Huston ville, our former school teacher here, was visiting relatives in our town last week. Mies Fannie Davidson has been ill, but is, considerably better now. Mr. Jack Beaz-leg of Stanford, attended our Friday night and gave us a splendid talk on Love, which was enjoy-e- d by all present. y, prayer-meetin- Misses Maggie Campbell and Mary Lyons and Mr. Sam Lyons have returned from TO REDUCE STOCK ,.ViU tell goods for the. JUDGE W. S. PIIYOR racy Ia a candidate far Judge of tho Court of Appeal for this district , subject to the will of the democ- - Stanford, Ky. Office over McKoberts UffTOJ Hullding. -1 Drtijf Store In the Owsley Next 60 Days : : j ; SAMUEL II. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic party r -r-- i - . - . -- At Cost For Cash. tsa candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln Cauntv,'-i- ' -- -- t J44. r f -f-HP I 1 --- r-tH 1 1 1 "TrrT: 4 1 ri- -- Hf t -- -- - 4. 4- - 4--- n V'fh 1 ' j J. K. VanArsdale. JAMES 15. GENTRY vSSSWS27i&&&! il Is a candidate for Sheriff ot Lincoln County uh- met to the a tlon of tho democratic party. Your support is earnestly solicited Keep you y on the l'aee l'ence. S- - Hufl Dudderar, J L Diwson.J II Ilrieht. K. Cabl . r.n v,aricr. 11 Chancellor and others who have us. (J A. PEYTON. Htanfrd. Ky. edit. Agent for Lincoln County. 05 3m Superior Plumbing! Come Oslo, Como All. " ' Bra workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE And seo the new Hals at Mis Duddcrar's Tern- ol Fashion this week New Legon, new atiamss all the new Persian effocts in Fleers and Ribbons Handsome goods but Piicct Dress making douc in trie latest stsle and on short M I). 1)1 IIDKKAK. notice. MRS. KAIK 1)1 DDKKAK. A New Dress SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, - Kentucky. Hiking Cstatliskenl. fill POWDER Absolutely Puro.1 A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York. Bucklln's Arnica Salve- - The best salve in the world for cuts, bru'sess sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores letter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. t positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It Is luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price sj cents per box. For sale by W. B. MeRoberts, druggist. Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs Asfeclalty First Class Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates A portion of your patronage Is respcctlully solicited il Cm. Having completed my course in the French Tailoring System ot Cutting and Kitting I otfer my services to The Ladies of Stanford, 7 H Buggies, Cultivators. vi I can please And Icinlty. feeling II you want a No i one WORKMANSHIP feECOND TO them with my work assured that In the rear dollar you have to pay Huggy, and worth every I will he found fcr it. one that will be NONE Gilt edge reference In and out of Mrs. Kate Dudderar'i Millinery Stcre and will guaranteed to irne nHifx tlon mnJ a tliurirv be glad to wait on those wishing work in my lln. go to right, ot trie State Ask your Dam Ills It May Do as Much for You Mr Fred Miller of Irving, III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called KidneX cure but without any good result. About a year ago he began use ot Electric Hitters and found relief at once Electric Blltrs is especially adapted to cure ot all Kidney and l.iver troubles and often sites almost instant relief. One trial will proe our statement. Price only joe. lor arse bottles At V 11. McKoberts' Drue Store. - friends about my work. MRS. VM. OKkXU, Stanford. 3D. I T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky, TO THE LADIES I am l Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. back from the cities with everything that new and prettr in the Millinery line. A visit to my store vvilK.invince you that this stock Is the most complete Klegant lint Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS LICC1K IIKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky He will not handle shoddy tuft He has some beautiful Suires and J'hae tons. The genuine Malta Cultivators and Plows the beat In use, as all farmers il, tell vou Oo tj see him and save your money lluitonvillc, Ky. S. Carpontsr, J. T. JOITHS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stnnford, Ky. proprietor Drains lllack Diamond Kod Kitimales f. rnlshcd for psmticg Wiod Koofi Sallttactiti uarantcel At roots pa.nted ith Dean. Illak DlamorJ Paint guaranteed fir years Deafra in t tern Pumps and Oalvaoirtd Iron la!vaa Wed anu Ilia. I I, on Ku.,ung of all Lib Is si tt MMal anit Iron Sole tA CJtEHCXT. Stanford, Ky. Queen & Orescent Iloute will make low rates to Nicholasville, for the dediCARROLL 1IAILBV. PX DRVB. cation of the Confederate monument, June loth, from all stations between Georgetown and Somerset. This great More steel is used every year in the Confederate meeting will bo attended Proprietors from all Kentucky. The Queen A Cree-ce- making of pens than in the manufac- low rates make it possible for you to ture of guns, swords and needles through. ' go. See small bills or ask agents for par- out the world. STANFORD, KY. In Birmingham, Kng , & there are a number of factories that Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, ticulars. Kentucky. roadsters and and prepared lor sale. Ilalf rates will be in elTcct via the make 150,000,000 every week. To make saddlers bought and sold on commission Good stables in the country. 8 Queen k Crescent Route to tho great 1,000,000 pens fully a ton of steel is need bait mile track and best Guarantees r rsl Class work In every par'lcu-- j lar Prices ri astr.a o It K..I years eipe. National conventions at Chicago and St. ed. ier.ee ft jm J W McGlNNIS, J. W. COOK Louis. Tneso tickets will have liberal If it required an aunua outlay of $10000 to in I charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. sure a family against any serious consc juences limits and will entitle passengers to ride from an attack of bovtel complaint during the on fast vestibuled limited trains without ear, there are many who would feel it their duty THOMAS Y. to pay it tnat they could not afford to risk their' extra charge. No other line can give lives and those of their family for such an amount Any this insurance for 35 cents, mat DANVILLE, KY., you such train Bervice. Be 'sure to beingone can getcf a bottle ol Chamberlain's Coin , the price Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost evBuilder and Dealer in All Kinds have your tickets read via the Queen & try ncignonrnooa some one has died frcm an at- of Carriages. Crescent. tack of bowel complaint before medicine could be To Aflheville at half rates for the procured or a physician summoned. One or twi Repairing a Specialty. Work done and warrant, will cure an ordinary case.1 ed to give satisfaction. All work; done when Young Women's Christian Aeeociation doses of thit remedy yoa afford to take tho risk for It never fails Can promised. All accounts due when work is deso small an amount WILL CURE oo livered. Your patronage solicited. Summer School, on Bale from Queen For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford Ky. & Crescent points, Juno 10th to l'Jth, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Mr James Perdue, an old soldier, residing at good until June 26th to return. The Q. Sores, Hoils, I'ustules, Monroe, Mich., was severely afflicted with rheu: : & 0. is the only line operating through matism, bur received prompt relief from pain by Eczema, Tetter, using Chamberlain's Pain lialra. Ile says: "At sleepers from the North to ABheville. times my back would ache o badly that I could and all diseases of the blood and The Y. M. 0. A. Summer School meets hardly 'aise up. If I bad not gotten relief, I would not be lines Cham write these Makes You Well. June 10th to 2Sth at Knmvillo Rnnml bcrlain's Pain here tohas done me lewgreat deal of Balm HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. a trip tickets via the Queen & Crescent on good and I feel very thankful for It. Indigestion, constipation and dysOffer his services o the people of West Linaale by Craig - Hocker, Stanford, Ky. For Full stock of Coffins sale irom an points June 18th to 20th, coln and Casey Counties. . pepsia, kidney and liver disease and Caskets always oa hand. good until June SOth to return at half Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cough Reme95 yield to its curative powers and D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. dy especially valuable for croup and whooping fare. will give prompt relief, and cough. when cured it Queen & Crescent tickets to Pittsburg pleasant. It We have sold it for scvsral is safe and years, and ON' CALL KST Keeps You Well. and return on sale at low rates, June 5th it has never failed to give the most perfect satisfaction. G. W. Richards, Duquesne, Pa. to 7th, inclusive, on account of North For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Sold in Lincoln county by American Sangerbund. Good on suA woman's headaches may come from several W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. STANFORD, KY., perb vestibuled trains unequaled by any causes. She may have a headache arising from digestive disturbances. Nine Penny's Drug Store, " nervousness, or from Cents. other line. Ask your agents for partic Pocket Key Checks by Mall for onl v cases in ten, her headaches come from disorders ror Uageage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of ulars. " Craig & Hocker, peculiar to her sex. It may show itself in the ad cos. Dog License Checks. Key all kinds. symptoms characteristic of a dozeu Kinz. Chains. Ac. Stamping on Metal and gen- W. 0. Rinkabso.v, G. P. A., Cincinna disorders, which are of W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. Thousands times, women have been oral repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmoie's store, B AILET & DRYE, WHEREAS. The merchants and ether business Tho Ideal Panncon. men or Stanford have adopted the CASH .SYJames L, Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says- "I STEM, we, the physician of this community ask regard l)r Kine a New Discovery as au ideal and demand that our bills, in the future, shall be panacea for coughs, colds and lung complaints, paid every thirty Java In cash, its eulvaleut or having used it in my family for the last five jears a note, negotiable and payable in bank, with Irgttl to the exclusion of physicians' prescriptions or interest, aud due when services are rendered other preparations." Rev. John llurgess, KeoI'eisons now owing us for past professional servl kuk, Iowa, writes"1 have been a mimsterer ces must come lorward and selt'e at an early datt the Methodist Episcopal church lor jo years of i ne-- is a ousiness as wen as prcletsional side to more and have never found anything so benefi- the practice ot uinliclue and surgery which e cial or that gave me such speedy relief as l)r arc determined to observe in the future. King's New Discovery." Trv this ideal eouirh I. V. PKYTON. J O.CARPENIER, remedy. Trial bottles free at W. II McKoberts G W HKONAl t ;n. STEELK BAILE, -ug store. W H O'HANNON, I. II COOK iS Mav 14 in j MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED I FARMS Paint ln Lincoln county, Ky , at ' per ent . semi an n" ai interest, no commission cnarceO Address (JKO W DA V. Ko m n, Kcnyon lluiitllng. i.ouiiruie, ivy. roroiank applications anu mr ther Information, in ,mr ol j N Saunders, Stanford, Ky. 1 (i. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Two Farms For Sale. Stanford, All kinds of Carriage, lluggy Training and Sale Stable First-clas- s nt T. A. AYEBS, Ky. anj Wagna g Bricklayer Stonecutter Stanford, and Repairing dune. Vcbi lev w rked wver A II Kinley has charge and made good as ot the imuitin,' department i.,l guaraattet bis llorte-Shceitif ork a iprnttty an t for cash on ly Accounts due ist of c. h utilh ne. I t ts J II (lltl.KK. A. II. KIN1.LV li MHRSHON, (omfortablesesUenie hui. t coaUiSM 0 acres U same lecaiitr with brick dwtUtng Urge .lock .d tt,a. barhs. Uae tst the Wet impost ad Uixs in the cttotaty. I arm .No L Karm No. i contains vi acres In Wt.hingur county, Ky the griwter part uf which Is in grasi well watered, with gool iwpirm.Hti. in SHw nrUl rtvf to4cc bjrw far 10 acre cr p I his farm it iHujimI u what is praaoupccO fie fcwst district in Kentucky fe White ll.rlcy 1) Ud-ing tacte. SHAW, Cooke's IOIDo I "" " '";""inmrmauon ne turnpike i or apply to s waif ltd IIMh tarns, are m hoe stale of tit tseivation. we ! Cfevelai K ft. defwl, Khools, fctcl. en deliver the Stanford rartory wul frota t Ice regularly every morning. Price ' J N. SAl NDKRS. Stanford, Ky - . Sarsaparilla 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All bills roust notitl rely m W. S. BTJHCH, Stnnford, Attorney at Law, - Any amonat between nth. loandioo lb. K ' ie paid the first of Meh 1IKKMKK at Kentucky. mm m J. T. SUTTON, THE F. RILEY II. HOUSE O'ficeon Lancaster Street, oppo.ne the Caurt House Collections receive eapslsl attention S UNDERTAKER, London. II RILEY. Proprietor. - - - Kentucky, FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or.STANrORD. ky. J A- m I have moved to ray new Hotel and am txtlsi Brepared than ever to accommodate the public attached and av.ry convenience d nred, Oive me a call, FRANK RILEY. Capital Stock 8100,000 ... 23,700 urplus Attention of the public Is invited to that this is th. only National lla.k ,n Stanfo'j Under the provisions of the National Bank are secur.d not only by the stock, but bv the stockholders liability capital amount equal lo the stock, so tb.t depositors as) ol this institution are t.cur.d by a fund if Woo. rive sworn statement, oftheconditvon of th. baak -ynrio sne united d its assets are eaaralned bum at suted times """ ,CU"D ddiUtoaa .mf perfect ..r.. to deoositors. I nis institution, originally established as the Deposit llank of Stanford in iBjl, then ised as the National Hank ol Stanford in i Sot again reorganise a, ihe Hirst National llankand has had practically an uninter-ol rupted onstencoof i yclt, I, & now with lacililits for transacting business ,uppi,, prompt ., .... u.u ever u.ioi.m its long and honorable career Accounts of corporstlont? fldu. Claries, firms and individuals rssptctfully solic- (overs-msntan- DR. W. B. PENTrZ1, F. G. BRADY, 13 Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. '.a' ,. T S6 STANFORD FEMALE : ...- COLLEGE. - STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM SIIELTON, President. RS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Miss Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the tary figure, the Bturdy judge would have SiudTliall; been a representative of which all men Mjis Mary Cowen, Principil ot the Music Department; of Miss Mary P IUrrls, Principal of the Depart, incuts ol Art and Llocution. treated for the wrong disorders. Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription was compounded for the sole purpose of relieving womankind of these ills and The Pineville Courier tosses this boupains. Thousands of women have testified that quet to our distinguished fellow citizen: after taking treatment from several physicians One reason why we regret the triumph without benefit, the "Kavonto Prevcnpnon" cured Hum completely and quickly. It has been used of the 10 to 1 howlers in the State is that lor over thirty years, and has an unbroken record of success. it precludes the election of Judge J. W. The woman who hesitates is invited to send n stamps to cover only the cost of mailing Alcorn, of Stanford, as one of the dele a copy of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad gates at large. Of high character and viser, which conuins plain and clear information i all of organs of the human body and abUity, united to a haudsomo and mili about functions.the their one-cent ti ,U. Street, at Itesidence. F. B. Twidwell, A. Hammond, Hubble. J. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. UNDERTAKER, Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. 1I. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Yours for Health, Wishes to thank ins (Mends and neighbors for thoir patronage and respcctlully asks to bi reJames T. Cookk, membered In the future Mr l.ranville Haley Harrodsburg, Ky. will be tound ready to sere you at anv time. A Office on Lancaster J. 0. McWhorter, ia, ......,, nice line ol Caskets, Collin., Kobcs, Ac from always on hand , to la jm se-l- all parties in the State would have Second Session Begun Wednesday, January 22. lfor terms, &.c, been proud. We are sorry, but it proves what we have always thought, the democrats don't know a good thing when Reduction In Prices ! Goal. Coal, Coal. Itnmember we are the exclusive agects for the celebrated they see it. send for Circular College, cr call at the Portland. San Francisco. ..To the TOET1WEST ......Via The M) touisvitti NtwMamCHiCAtoRr((cK Only, Dining Car Route From LiLiiiai: Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Pkices Good Appointment. The appointment by Gov. Bradley of W. P. "Walton, on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, of the Interior Journal, trustee of the Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, F.tc. I carry a reformatory authorized by the last gen- full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by eral assembly, becures to the State the selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have services of one of the purest men in ever been offered here. Kentucky. lie always spe?ks his sentiments, whatever the results; and in expending the fund under his control, his name is a guarantee for its honest expenditure. Whenever Brother Walton FULL LINE OF tendera his resignation during the prog ress of work, it is safe to say in advance there is something wrong. Frankfort Capital. Falls Branch Jellico Coal, that it will be to the interest of ever call and ise our clean Domcslir Nut Coa! Prices the very lowest. We pay tho cash at the mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest price. Come and see us. Good Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. Kails llranch 13 cts. Falls llranch Nut lac; In dian Mountain Jellico Nut 11 cts.; North Jellico Lump iic These prices arc fcr Coal delivered For Coal at our house charges are one cent less NOEL ii SON. Also to M. S. riAl'GHMAN. The Directory of this llank is composed ot Forcstus Heid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Haughwan.l Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Staulord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. V. Hlll.rjtanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernou.KT J. H. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McRob.rts,Cashlr; A. A. McKinney, Asit.Caihier . Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Or STANFORD, KY fullyjorganiitd and ready f0, busines. witk Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Is now A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky. J. W, lUt'CHMAK. Surplus, . 0,000. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- PKOrRIETOKS- Buggies, Carriages and Somerset, tV-UJi- t There is every evidence that Chief Clerk McEuen, of the oflice of the superintendent of public instruction, not only Bold teachers' examination questions Just Recievcd. Also a Splendid Lot Klegant Pullman Vestibuled by wholesale but used postage stamps Sleepers of Modern Pattern. of Buckboard. For maps or any Information, address belonging to the State on his "private K. H. BACON FttANKM. REID, mail." In other words he is an all Full and Complete Stock of FarmingJImplements consisting of CultiD. P. A , - G. P. Agent, around Louisville cnicigo vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows Be sure to call for At Indianapolis, Sarah Shackelford, MononjRoute. before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit aged GO, and the St Paul. ren, has brought mother of eight child the Times. Call and See us. Ptmver. suit against Mrs. Margaret Roy, a widow, demanding $10,000 damagefl for the alleged alienation of her HERD K S husband's afTH fections. K. BARKER, Proprietor, J. Ottawa, 0., has a man 58 yeara old - were wlectcd from tu best herd who weighs only 38 pounds. He baa or Mt Breeder breed of iwine in several different this famoue been married four times and is now a State.. A aplendid lot ot pUe of diH.rent ,gea Ratei TWO DOLLARS Per Day. (or sale Bred sow a specialty. Satisfaction widower. The little man la promi- sraarantoed. Correspondence aollcited. Address Kesn&cUlsd and refurnished throughout. Large t rHmullrtiii H.mnuv Kooma. nent democrat and makee apeechea for BRONAUGD, "Hiila and office connected by Electric Bel Crab Orchard, Ky. "J bis puty evarj campaign. 47 aud polite service to guest. LmmSmWmVSSSmSSmmmmmwS X.OUXSVXX.X.I! Phaetons TOICKICAGO. i(&fe LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, - Kentucky. Stanford, If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See ut (or rate. In our first-class NAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing upl wuh the same ais.u the same management. and und.i Jepositor, are si I In 'l. Bnks, its shareholderai. ucposltor in NaUonal held inuiviouaily .,, -- i .k. liaole to ihr tneir slock SUCCISSOH to THE V""a' ."'""' 7bo .?.'.. 1 eaecutor, administrator, ' anindividual. W i,.,.,'' L, m'J. f5lM luuy ai cnf".ed their bulsiness 10 na .! . L,n"'" National Bankot w- l" BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-clas- n. s Car-Loa- d prices. Tiy our horse shoer. work and aatlfactory J j. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, SARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. B. K. WnEAREXT. M. W. JOHITSOIT, j. BLUK-GILAS- SJSJSMD HOGS. R. H. Who represent the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can writ you all the most favorable plans ol Insur ance. He also represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will be glad to have a liberal share of your patronsye. Will be leady to cooler all the favor that can given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advancement made on consignments, both in the si and country, i will be at Stanford every court day. Partie wanting hogsheads, prize or money should address me at l'alnt Li.', Ky, Prompt attention gutrantcsd. ijfira se Williams, MtvirnSj"" . H. Shanks, Stanford ; J.lS.lOwsley, Stanlord: S.J. Embry, Sunford; J. B. Owsley, Sunford; Cash, SUnford; William Oooch,,Stanfords J-- r 8.H.8hank,;Id,;:!:.u'oln'p'-- .i OrJ.iB. OwsJ.yJCashler, . III W. M. Bright, Teller. HIDES. !o7c,L,hVri'aVMod;,f.Ifh" .1 11, . tt,