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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896061601 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 Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxv. l i two x villi:. LAXCASTEL'. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY JUNE 16. 1896. 0 A lill A III) CO NO. 31 UXTY. Tho last W3uk ha been ono of unMrs. Margaret Marra fell Saturday usual activity in social circles, partite or and received pome painful injurjia. receptions occurring almost every nlaht. Kev. W. P. Nelnon preached tho On Thursday night there wore three par- union eermou Sunday night at the Christies ntul ns a consequence tho Young tian church. Men'H Christian Hand couldn't Ret n Missaallie Klkhi entertainfd at her quorum for a meeting. country home, "Maples," in honor of a -- Squire Smiley, of Moretand, bought few friends Friday oveniug. three horsea in Lexington a few dnys Kleven colored teachers stood exam aince and employed a Negro unin to ination frlilay. Another one for the bring them homo for him. Tim darkey while teachers will be held this week. Dan-vllbeyond reached tho that toll-RaMr. Wm. Fowler had a valuable on tho Lexington pike a little while horse killed by being caught in tho cat-t- ie after dark and lacking Oc of enough to guard Mini m run over by a posting pay hia toll, the womau of tho gate train to let him through. He then went MiP8H Katlierine and Lillian Kin-nair- d back and attempted to pasa Bround thm eutertaineiljtSaturday evening in gate in tho darkness when he was Btt honor of the members of the Walking upon by two men who beat him nearly Club. to death. Vhn the Negro arrived at Andrew Bogie sold some fat cattle to Moreland hia horse was covered with Jamee McCotton, of Cincinnati, Bt A blood which had llowed from hia wounds. U. hrtridgtt sold 75 bona to J. L. Mr. Cowan, of Middleburg, ia visitat 'ic. ing relativea In tho community. Misses Lancaster haa a new project ahead. Myrtle Phillip, Lizr.ie and Mattio Thomp- It ia this, that we want our city more son, of Lancaster, are visiting at tho brilliantly illuminated bv those scintilhome of K. k Powell. G. M. Givena lation rajs, electric lights. was In Perry vlllo last Friday. Emmett Mies Margaret Mason waa "at home" McCormack returned from Cincinnati last Friday evening in honor of her two Thursday, where ho had accompanied n charming guwtta, Mimes Nina Atkinson shipment of lambs. Ho reports that he and Lina Letcher, of Henderson. did very well. Squire Peyton is in town Kev. Lucien D. Noel preached a good after a visit to hia aider in Louisville. discourse Sunday to a te le ' rt-fin- ed i PAIXT LICK, GAIiRAllD C0VXTY. Normtn Argo, the Negro midget of; F. D. Rigney la very low at his home in Casey county. Paint Lick, has the reputation of being Iwes in Western Kentucky nro sell- the "hottoit" republican in Garrard. The ing at 3c per dozen. They bring only 5c little old nun was 91 his last birthday, SOMEWHAT LOCAL. here. -- Hon. W. U. Smith, of Richmond, received a letter fiom a client whose case he had lost, threatening him with death unless l.o paid him $60 It is signed Richard Brooha, Dexter, Mn. Mr. and Mm. George W. Russell were hurl-over a chll 0) feet high into Rolling Fork, near Danville Saturday by a runaway horse. Strange to say, both they and the hoiso escaped serious injurd '.;go:::;v::c::co:: WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER Tone Hunu, who has been in our community trading, haa been sick for several daya. Mrs. Klizubeth Tw id well of Ktkton, is expected on a visit to rela. Uvea and friends on the 20th. J. L. lira-dof Perry ville, ia in our community soliciting ordora for a tine family Uible. (hi Wednesday afternoon Morse's mill on Hrtisii (Jreuk was the scene of an exchange of pleasantries for which that section is famous. A number of men met there and engaged in a regular Kentucky frolic. When the smoke of battle had rolled away It was discovered that Tib Pitman hud shot John Pitman, the ball striking htm in the leg below the leit Tib also knee, shattering both bont-ashot ids slater, Sam Lane'a wife, through the lift arm above tho elbow, breaking the bone. At this Juncture of tho proceedings, John Pitman, Jr., turned the tables on Tib, stabbing him twice with a dirk knife, one cut pmetrating the liver, the other rnteriug the lift lung. I)i. P. Humphrey waa called in that night and patched up the remains of the contest-antaud Bays that thev are all likely to to light acain someother day. live y, . e, ciwuru ci i runs. Kev. A. V. 81'romore has under consideration a iLittering call from the IV dnrah Haptist church at Paducah. Nov. J. T. Sharrard will hold a meeting at the Crab Orchard Christian church next week, beginning Monday night. Sunday next will bo children's day at Walnut Flat. An interesting program will bo rendered beginning at Ml a. m. There are ilvo Baptist preachers on the Breathitt grand jury and they are iimklng the way of transgressors hard. Tho Central Holiness camp meeting will be held at Wilmor, Jessuniie county, July 11 to 23. Tho IJ k 0. will give low rates. Tho Baptist conurrgation here elected Kbvb. Win Shelton and A. V. Size more delegates to .tho State association, which moitaat Bowling Green this week. Kev. A. 1). MatthowM, of Marion. O., who was born in 1V-- and uho haa been a Methodist preacher for 50 yearn, has married over 1.000 people and preached nearly 1,000 funerala. Kuv. Henry Mills will preach at the Methodist church here next Sunday at 11a. m. and Kev. Andrew Johnson at night. Kev. W. S. Grinotead, the pastor will preach at McKendree that dav. Thiaiatho way tho Cincinnati Post headlines notice of Kev. L. M. Laaley'a prospective visit to Litonia: "By a Nose You Will Mias Heaven if You Don't BookMl be Closed Before Your Bot is In.' Sermon to bo preached to Cincinnati turfmen." Tho Bowling Green Sunday Journal says Kev. George O Barnes is in eplen-di- d trim and haa lost none of his vigor nor power in pleasing hia audiences, which are constantly growing. ThoBong aervico by Misa Mario and tho little organ ia enjoyed by all and aweetor or morn pathetic inuBic waa never heard. Kev. L. M. Lasley Boenis to bo doing much good. The Somerset Keporter says of hiH meeting at Greenwood, which resulted in nearly 100 conversions: "Soma of thoae converted were the most hardened and desperate men of the but now they are leading in and trying to induco their uncon-verte- d prayer companion to reform. As a re suit of Mr. Laaley's preaching a church waa organized at Greenwood with a meraberehip of 40, tho first church ever organized Bt that place or in that community. A citizen of that community told ub that he never saw such a change in the place, old.hardened sinners, who whlaky usod go around ailed with, bad teeth seeking to get and armed to the now Into trouble with their follow njen, sober and hold prayer service Ko home Mrs. with their families every night." Somerset laJudge Morrow and other dies assisted in the meeting. M Ko-pen- t; com-niunit- y, leRSthan four feot tall and weighs only 53 pound-- , jtit he is a worker in elec- IV tions aud the nun who gets tho promise of bin vote mn expect ids undivided supWE WILL GIVE port. He is rather an iniluential Negro e5i too and a certain class can be counted on in to mark their bulots just as Norman 1oea Wh-- n Gen K"!iiivly ha a stab'e of runners ho hougiit N mil in to ride fir him, To reduce stock. Call and examine samples. but his little leg wcm so hort, couldn't Htiy In his saddle and lil oil in .1 mm, .... ... . 11c ,...u i.iuni niiu , , yIlium .!... uiir- - iiitr, ir.. ijiiii ...1 20 years in th employ At Halfway House, near Middlesbo-ro- , Imu spent the last ""' ' P. '.v-vJOL? VAV.VjI I Join S. Turner shot and killed his of Mrs Margaret Argo. doing her homeN irnitii hahad work and milking cousin, Green Turner. The latter lived in Garrard county for several years and numerous odora to travel with circuses, iii. aTZ i.'..'. AAA AAA i j. M4 ,ftv7VfT VYV VTV 77V VW) waa known by a number of Stanford but he is sensitive as to his size and couldn't bear tlin thought of being put people. ! Kngineer Lewis was fatally and Fire- up for exhibition. Ttiero ia a II voir old boy here with man Wilson badly hurt in a freight wreck on the Cincinnati Southern rail- a creditable inouitnuhe. Several years 3if Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the road near Sadieville. Eight horsea which ago tint fur bgan to come ont on Ids upReduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods were on the track were killed and 15 cars per lip and he has never shaved it off. It Lower Than Anybody. is rather an unusual sight to pee a and the engine wrecked. urchin fumbling iua moustache. Clifton Black was fatally stabbed in Mr. W. Steve Walker, who is in the Mercer county Saturday by his brother My loss is your gain, and if you want 1 Keller. The latter has disappeared, and revenue busi esa now, has the finest ftfg, Hifi is thought to have committed suicide, as pack of fox hounds in tne country. 1 crowded house at he ia known to have made one attempt to buslnewi Iihb prevented Ins hunting You bought them before, now is your time. tho Presbyterian church on "What is end hia life since the commission of his much lately, but he is oil for a few days 4rnow and ttio foxes in Upper Garrard will Man that Thou art Mindful of Him ?" crime. t j The Presbyterian Mite Society will An annex to cost flS.000 will be suffer. The pot of his dogs ifl "Strive," the meanest looking hound imaginablemeet this afternoon at 3 o'clock with built by Central Univitfsity at tti v"v vv vuv css'.'vvvvtfvv wwvvv Jvvvtrvvvvvv.vo'A'vv-".v'.av'.,vvvv- : Mrs. M. A. Weisonger anil Bible BeadIt id proposed to have it ready He is a blue-ti- e wiuuer though and took ing Circle Friday afternoon with Mrs. for the reception of pupils by the middle premiums at Boston, St. Louis and other B. F. Walter. of September. Prof. Graft, of Bowdoin points. "What do you value him at?" aiked. "Mony The examiners report that 10 teach- College, will have charge of the new your correspondent couldn't buy him," said be, "he'd too school. ers were examined; ono received a a In tho dosing hours cf Congress Gov good to dUpoae of." cetillcate ami that waa to Mr. Mury The republicans in this neck 0 ' n.o L Anderson. There were seven 'M class McCreary pecured a pension for Mrp. wooda were for Capt. Speed Smith for Wilson, widow of James Wilson, certificates and two 3.1 class. ....DEALERS IN. A Methodist Sunday-schoo- l picnic who served in tho Mexican war with dis- Congress and aro hot in the collar bewhh held Friday near Hubble. A wagon tinction, and also in the Confederate cause Gov. Bradley took a hand in tho 13 load of happy, joyous children passed army. Mr. Wilson waa in Mr. McCreary 'a tight for Davison. "We are for Davison w Pg S TT"."w G Gj L3 , now," remarked a prominent republican, through town that day, bent on a day's command during the late war. Mm Klna Dunn, wife of John rather reluctantly, "but we'll remember delightful stay in the country. Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. Dunn, a wealthy citizen, died at Bryants-viile- . Gov. Bradley." Ihe Leap ear Club at Paint Lick She waa 51 ye.ua old and a sister wid meet with Misa Fannie Doty Friday It JU TIUMOXIAL MATTERS. Robert Salto"-- Danville, and evening. It seems that tho upper por- of horse-ma- n tion of Garrard county is far in advance Sam Salter, the A Piko county eloping couple rode Give us a call and be convinced. of Lancaster in having a Leap Year of Atlauta. Three children survive, Mrs. hoise back 125 miles to be married. Eugene Berkeley, .Misses Allie and Lucy Club. A Chillicothe, O., lover killed hia A house party will he given this Dunn. sweetheart and then himself. The green Josef Joseph k Bro . of Cincinnati, eyed monster caused the double murweek by Miss Christine Bradley to her friends, at the Capital. Miss Eliz- have bought the Cincinnati aud Green der. abeth Bush will bo ono of Misa Bradley's River railrond, together with the locomoAt Wabash, Ind., M L. Williatrs guesta and Misa Klizsbeth Robinson was tives, cars, depots, etc., and will tear up and Nellie Williams were married f to have been there also, but the illness the rails, etc., and ship them to Cincin- the third time. They have been dhuri-- t nati the -- Oth ol July, unleea a company ed twice. of a relative prevents her going j up buys the line and conMr. R. C. H.Covington, of RidiJ Mrs. J. G.Sweeney, whose extremn being worked With a tale of the Great Stock mond, and Mi&a Mary Morrow, a te3( lie r i illness has been noted, is weakening dai- tinues it in service. r ol John Turner, in the high school there, were innrti Tho ly and her demise is expected at BDy and Display that we have. time. Mr. W. P. Walden waa reported who killed his cousin in Bell county, last week. She Is .u U teuton girl. With the Extreme Low PriJune may be a mouth of marringf, dying Saturday night, but Bt this writing Saturday, Jack Turner, led the Turner ces and a Ih a little better. but lovers hereabout do not embruce it. Judge Patterson con- faction in the famous 10 men. I u the graveyard near County Clork J. F. CumminB hasn't istinues u very sick man. Mr. James Far-ri- s Ho killed Middlesboro lie 20 Turners who have sued a license since the 27th of May. is reported in declining health. died with their boots on. Two other Judge Cantrill knocked out Mrs. o Misses Theodocia and Mary Leave), brothers of the one killed are fugitives Davis' petition for divorce against her ol Richmond, are guests o( Misses Jennie each having killed two men, but the race ON THE- and Lucy Arnold. Misa Grace Tudor, is nearly extinct. Bill and Leo Turner, husband, Dr. W. G. Davis, who ia serving a life Bentenco for the murder of his of Crab Orchard, is visiting friends here. brothers of tho murdered man, threaten father-in-laLowry Monday, in WoodDr. J. B. Kinnaird haa returned Irum the to raise a mob. ford in 1SS3, for his insurance. The judge Medical Association. Mrs. Mary The Liberty Fair Association, eajs holds that it ia too late now for her to ol Nashville, is visiting Mrs. Jamoa tho Tribune, organized by electing Geo, gdt a divorce on account of her husband'? Burnside. Mrs. Hutiley Singleton aud W. Frye, president; John W. Whipp, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing littlo daughters, Besaio nnd Mary, are vice president; Lilburn Phelps, secretary; conviction for a felony and the plea that Goods with relativea in Mdion. Mrs. F. D, George A. Prewitt, treasurer, nnd I). S. they have lived separate ana apart for five enj i Rigney, of Casey, ia with W. U. Rigney Carpenter, J. D Oweue, R. S. Rector, Ct yeara dotsn't hold good, because it is forced on his part. I is said that Mra. and family. Misa Mary Kurnsido ia in L. Bowman, T. J. Bell, V. It Coleman, Davis was to marry Col. Phil Thompeon, . Lexington visiting Mia? Kigenia D. G Portimn, F. P. Coiuuest. J. W. of Harrodeburg, who defended her Prof. G. C. Gorrell, of Oulpoppen Brown, George Gabehart, Ed Wilkinson, had tho divorco been granted. Va., was hern last week Miss Gertrude O. L Herren, G. M. Brown and W. D. Tho Birmingham Herald in telling Ltngenfelter lias returned from George- Stogg, directors. of the marriage of Prof. C. II. Holmea, of town College. Mies Patsy Benzley ia in Simuel Jeilries, aged SO, died at hia Stanford, to Misa O.ivia Wirt Summers, Danville, Ky. Nicholasvillo. Mr. M. II. Wiilcereon, of homo in Casey county, leaving a widow J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, Institute, Liberty, wag ('Ailed hero by the illnens helplessly paraly.r-d- , eight grown child- principal of ofhisbister, Mrs. J. U. Sweeney. Mihh ren and ST grand children. During the eays: "The bride wore an olegant white Amanda Anderson is visiting Rockcastle. firat tij yeara of hia marriage no children brocaded satin and carried white roBes. It waa a solemn, beautiful marriage, tho Mis. Lula Bett's and daughter. Mies were born to him, but during tho suc- uniting of true aud loyal hearts and the of Nichohaville, aro guesta of frienda ceeding 15 years ho becamu tho father of here. Mies Margvret Murphy has re- 10 children. Eleven were girla. Seven blending of two lives whose paths lay in Mr. and Mrs. turned from Louisvillo. Misa Lillio Dale, Hets of twina arrived consecutively. Two the Bauie direction. Holmea will receive the congratulations of Sholbyville, is visiting Misa Octavia of the girla married and each of them be- aud good wishes of friends all over the Kemper. Mrs. Richard Ward aud chil- came 4 twice the mother of twiuH. i South, and especially of those in Birm- ife dren are visiting in London. Miss MiIs NowJ ingham, who feel a profound interest in riam Herring, of Louisville, is tho guest Low Rates to Richmond, Va. The their welfare and their future success, of Missl'attio Herring. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. will Bell round During Mra, Holmea brief sojourn in Richmond Va , on June our city she has surrounded herself with The Sinking Fund Ooinmisaionera trip tickets to (ft . 25th to 30th, inclusive, at tho oxtremely many friends, who have been charmed have accepted the bid of the Southern low rate of one cent per mile (f 11.20 by her personality and her intellectual and 0. H. &. D. for the Cincinnati SouthLexington) for the An- force." The papers also describe the comern and it will bo submitted to a vote of round trip from nual Reunion of Confederate Veterans. mencement exerciaea of the Institute in tho neoplo of Cincinnati. In Bubstance Tho samo low rate will apply from all glowing terms. They were decidedly Ml the bidders agree to continue to pay the Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. stations in Central Kentucky. original and instead of the usual essays, !J) present rental until 1002. After that You should call in and see our stock. The citizens oi Kichmonu, Va , ere a drama, written by Misa Summers, enti date to pay tho city 10 per cent, on the or labor to make the tied "Tho True Woman" waa given. Tak-ingross earnings of the road in excess of sparing no expense reception of the Veterans a moat cordial : the charactor studies which the young 14,500,000 per year until 191)0, when they one. may purchase the road for f 19,000,000. :l eako & Ohio Main Lino ladies had made from the world's moat The Chess; All new goods for spring and summe W The blddera also agree to make better- passes through some of the moat noted famous women, Miss bummers wove V wear. Every thing strictly these thoughts into practical form of rare rtv ments to tho value of 1250,000 per year battlefields. Two vestibuled limited beauty and sweetness, and from them for eight years, and to give cash sacurity trains each way daily. The drama culled tho True Woman. for the faithful performance of tho cona map of Virginia's battleWrite for tract. They are to pay 4 per ceut. inter- fields. Side tripa can be made to Fort- was closed with the beautiful pantomine, est also on purchase price ress Monroe, Uampton Roads, Norfolk Rock of Ages, accompanied by the song, in gold coin. Navy Yard and other points of equal in- Bung very sweetly by Mr. F. L. Willis. Beautiful posing and draping then conThe fatal animal disease, charbon, is terest. creating fearful havoc in Louisiana, near for any information to cluded part first." Drop a line Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a the Mississippi border line. The loss Geo. W. Barney, Division Pass. Agent, Since the Knights of Honor organiz- jv On Neweltou Lexington, Ky. is now over 150 mules. Threshing Machine. ed, 21 years ago, 0G4 of its members have ridge over 75 per cent of all the stock is Kjj Yours for Bargains, Lorenzo Dow McKlnney, aged 80, committed suicide entailing payments of affected. The plague is sparing nothing. In Richland parish it ia said that even who says be has done about all the good $1,700,000. Cipt. Thomas P. Leathers, the vetf the deer in the wooda are dying off, and and bad he can in tbU life, haa iatued - HustonvUle, Ky to eras steam boatman and philanthropist, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, x? invitations to his own funeral sermon, two negroes have died of it. Sunday al bis church max is dead at Naw Orleans aa the reanlt ofa Nellie Adams waa killed in Louis- occur next !EX&9bbbH bicycle accident. Portsmouth, O. ville by an explcsion of gasoline. ia 1 BARGAINS W. Fr r - J. B. M'ROBERTS. 1. A 1 'i. ge S U OO EISS gl Kne-pan- ta jg My Stock Must Be Reduced. H GOODS CHEAPER THAIT EVER - JAMES FRYE, Huslouvllle. Mid-dlesbo- ro. - tlrst-clar- c-K Ke-tur- 1 CRAIG & HOCKER tjlz: wlSf PaL rw , Pays to Daal with a Gash House. well-know- j om grand-fathe- ! m The Cat Came Back Partin-Turnerfue- d. Al-ll- -- Har-desy- , EntireClothingStock LOWER THAN EVER. Dun-lap- bus-ban- TIHIIEi GLOBE3 Pollock-Stephen- s Al-ti- e, 1 .. HTSPBfflG'STOCK -- I 1 GompIetB iii Every Department. 1 I M I fcw jYliHierg j- g Clotfyig- I Up-to-dat- e. 1 PKW& "BGD R0(K." 1 semi-annual- ly II Shoes in Great Variety. 1 CHARLES WHEELER ' "7 f-- '' Iu T sssssp TO A semi-Week- ly InteriorJome I W m !r (: if 'l iri I r ft. Several Free Masons were burned at buttcrfiy Sail on, thou the stake in Mexico by Indians, who And sip the (lowers of spring! Ky., Junk 1G, Stanford. wero incited to the deed, it is claimed, by Thou once n caterpillar was A creeping, writhing thing. priests. fcj Ab thou crept once, bo now I creep. At a school election in Johnson P. WALTON. W. soHSH Amid my earthly care, county, Lindsey Conley Bhot George Is. POLITICAL POINTS. But some sweet day I'll ho ns gay, Walters. Conley is in jail and Walters, People underSale for this wcclc. Another Cut-Pri- ce Some day I'll he as fair. The republiran hosts from Capo Cod to McKinlev and Reed will be tho tick. it is thought, can not recover. stand thrt when we advertise bargains it is a plain, Kalamazjo and from hell to breakfast Stanford, Ky. Will Shanks. et. John Hays Hammond and his have captured St. Louia lock, stock aud and desirable snap, that it is Apropos of tho nbovo, a friend concommittee companions havo been Ohio will go three to one for free silS3 barrel and now hold it unconditionally released by tho Transvaal government tributes the following: ver. of the big convenAll the preliminaries When Billy is a butter lly, Congressman Josiah Patterson has on the payment of a fiuo of 1125,000 each. tion are arranged and after the chairman Anil wafts on velvet vsing, Tom Taylor, ot Fayette, Mo., got announced that ho will be a candidate of the National committee has got in his He'll lly avay from earthly cue" ho was going to Our Low Prices and Good Values arc always permanent to succeed hiuiBelf in the Tenth Tenses-sr- o drunk and told his wllo 'And sip the flowers nf Spring." work 0. W. Fairbanks, of Indileavo her. When he returned he found district. Whun Billy is u butterfly, features, but for this week wo will make the influence ana, will be elected temporary chairman. With wings u golden mi", At a largo mass meeting of colored her cold In death. Sho had taken an of the both on the general purchasing public even greater than IJo will have tho appointment He will dwell 'mid Wrest fl mors, delegates in St. Louis, it was decided overdose of morphine. report and tho As NyHiphalit'ii' do. committees and Bfter they ever before. ft Before committing suicido Stephen practically to withdraw from the McKinWhen billy is a butterfly convention is permanently organized ley Vigo, O., hung Vr only liicntion a few of the thousands of bargains we Bowman, aged 72, of column and support Reed. He'll he m ftiir and gay Gov. William McKinley will be nominaS As tho fairest Lvru-nliThe frionds of John Sam Owsley are crape on his door. On seeing it, his arc offering: ted on tho first ballot, if indeed such a In rosy bower's h way friends went to investigate aud found confident of carrying the county, and we formality is not dispensed with and the When Hillv is a butterfly, Ladies' Seamless Black Hose only 7xc, worth 15c. hear h great deal of favorable talk of the tho old man's body hanging by a ropo. Outgron tho chrysalis state, nomination mado by acclamation. Since IS.)5 tbo peoStatistics show that in Lincoln man. Lancaster Record. Children's and Misses' Fast Hlack Hose, all sizes, only 5c Diurnal Lepldoptera he has made his calling sure, the nomiWill be his new cognate. Hon. James H. Harrod has with- ple of this country comsumed 1,043,292,-00- 0 a pair. nation of a candidate for vice president is drawn gallons of malt liquors, or three times from the race for governor of ArLadies' Sleeveless Vests only 5c, worth IOC. now creating the most interest. A bakWhen Billy is a huttr.ly, kansas. This will give Col. Dan W. moro than in 1870. This is 15 gallons to Ladies' White' Kid Uclts only 25c, worth 50c; also Nickel A caterpillar's son, er's dozen are "mentioned," bat if the Jones every man, woman and child in the U. walkover for the democratic When the pigs begin to fly party is as smart ae it usually 1b, it will S. Belt Buckles 10c. . . . As thev liave never done nomination. The negotiations between tne state nominate Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, the When Billy is a butterfly. Oxfords, Patent Tips, only Tc. Ladies' I land-Turn- ed Under the rules adopted by the State and the Mason & Foard Company aro all greatest man in tho republican ranks When the cow jumps o'er tho moon, convention, Jack Chinn is now the su- off. Tomorrow all tho convlcta at tho Black Lisle Gloves only 15c. Ladies' He'll then he sweet and gay and fair, since James Q. Blaine was called preme boss of the political machinery of Eddyville prison will be turned over to And that In jtint ax soon. Ladies' Fine Shoes now go at 97c, worth $1.50. sure the thing will be from labor. To be the Eighth district and may the good the State, and another big law suit will heavier at the tail than at the head, but Lord help Infants' and Children's Oxfords from 25c up. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. us. Shelby Sentinel. follow, it will make the ticket an unusually Men's Good Plow Shoes, 98c. Berea Blair Bill Beckner thinks he U.Nniut the new time card on this il- One of tho largo warehouses of tho strong one and we fear a winning one if might be useful in Congress. There are Vhlt Mills Distillery Company, Louis vision, all other than Corbin, Livingston Men's Fine Shoes, Lace or Congress, only $1.00. the cold standard is declared (or and the others, Billy. But, as a rule, the public ville, was destroyed by fire. It contain and Lebanon are made tUg stations for Zcphyr Gingham only 5c. Baid, "Always democrats do aa Grant thinks their usefulness more prononnced ed about 7,500 barrels of whisky, most ol the night passenger trains, but the time wrong Bt the right time." But we at home. Covington Commonwealth. Calicoes, this week only. The total loss is is not changed. which was bnrned. haven't given up hope yet. The assemChildren's Sailor Hats, 10c, worth 25c. adopted a placed at $125,000 and is well covered by The Minnesota democrats bled wisdom of the democratic party at gold platform and defeated the etlorta to Win lb young Johnson was holding n A Good Suit of Men's Clothes, S2.50. Chicago may devise a platform and find a turn down National Committeeman M- insurance. Bsnctiilcation stance at Roberta' Chapel, Mrs. Mary Brewer, aged 97, is now Boys' Knee Pants, 25c to jSi.oa Moses to lead us out of the wilderness ichael DoraD. The silver men were defeatvery ill at her home near the hamlet of on Casey creek, last week, two young in prayand to that end let us all unite Men's Extra Heavy Cottonadc Pants only 50c, worth 75c. ed by a voto of 323 to 430 in tho adop- Sturgeon, Owsley county. She is a rela- men attempted to take their sistera er. platform. . A Big Line of Men's Crusher Hats only 35c, worth 75c. were ngonir.'ng with the rest in tion ol a tive of U. S. Grant, and has 19 living The London Echo Beems very much Garrett A. llobart, of New Jersey, children in Oweley county, all promi praver. A scutlld ensued and a row and Ladies' Parasols only 50c. (Ufitnthed. r becauBO we said that we do who is a business man and who has been nently known. Her husband died a a rumpus whs raised, which threatens to A nice line of Carpets aud Matting cheap and thousands not intend to be driven out of the demo- a member of tho republican National year and a half ago, age 93 years. in tho Cusev circuit. havo itn of other bargains too numerous to mention. Be sure to cratic party by free Bilver or other cranksi committee for 12 years, is likely to get Tho acta of tho last Kentucky legis- conrt. for that matter by any other thing the nomination for vice president at St. or do your trading with the cheapest store in the State. lature have been printed in book form, Thk formal announcement of Mr M. That is to say from the real and true Louis, if Mr. Heed will not accept. and are now being sent out to the counisF Klkin for RNwmor appears in thin principles and objects of the party The Columbia Spectator says: "The ty officials aud tho members of the gensue. Mr. Kikin made a great rHcefor the for moro free silver papers are singing a different founded by Jefferson and which eral assembly. The volumo contains less nomination before and the ftct that ho than half a century made this the most tuno from the one they sang last year. than 100 poges and there are 37 different didn't sulk, when bo closely defeated, hut A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, proeperous country on the globe. We They now Bay lets all get on the platform enactments and eight resolutions. gave the ticket his lienrty support, made may and do differ as to the policy of the together. Last year they Baid d n the T. D. RANEY, Manager. Two stone bridges near Havana and for him additional friends. He in a true party from those who now seem to be in platform anywav." Just so. tho stone aqueduct that supplies the city bine democrat nnd n mighty clever man Branch Stores: HigginB and the ascendancy, but it will survive all with water have been badly damaged by withal. Addicks showed each other up a dynamite explosion. It is supposed to such innovations and experiments and Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg continue to demonstrate its manifest des in such hideous light that tho National have been the work of insurgents, who Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Moro Wuiit1. tiny, by giving the greatest good to the republican committee declined by a vote have threatened to cut off tho water supLnwyvr (lioUy you moan to Elizabethtown, Frankfort, Ky., greatest number and affording equal of 41 to 9 to seat either of the Deleware ply, which would be a dire calamity in uny, sir, thnt you do not (onsUUy Mr. to none- - delegations of which those odorous statesand Mauckport, Ind. rights to all, exclusive privileges view of the threatened epidemics of yel- Do Lyre a man of bin wonl? No, Bro. Dyche, bad as you may imag- men are the respective heads. WltnofrM small-po- x I do. and measles. low fover, ine it and wrong as it may sometimes get, Thero is no longer any doubt that "You do, eh? Do you monn rofnslrv-unt- o the democratic party is infinitely prefer- Senators Teller and Dubois and Reprethat ho ever Ilea?" ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 'Tiiftf a about it." able to the republican or any other party, sentative Hartman propose to bolt the The entire property of tho Mercer "Now, ulr, attrntlonl IX) you rmtm and sink or swim, live or die, we are not St. Louis convention if the platform deFair Association will be sold June 20th. to my tluit you would not txdiero lUin going to desert it. clares for a gold standard. They have The now rules require drivers to under oath? formulated a plan to marshal all the "No, I havo ot paid tlxtf." weigh after each heat. Arran being knocked down, dragged strength they can get in tho ATcommittee "Oh, hot 1 tliought I'd en tcli you. Mr. T. J. Foster has watermelon out and spit upon by the Davison crowd Then you don't nay you would not Speed Smith came on resolutions, and failing there go out. vines 10 feet long and in bloom, at Nicholasville, J. The Virginia democratic convention liovo him under oath?" up smiling and making a virtue of n neMark Hardin is buying up a lot of "No. I lutvent hcunl him do any gave Cleveland this kind of a slap: "It cessity withdrew from the race he was Jersey cattle to take to Wayne county to talking under outh yet," N. Y. TVcekly. is the unwritten law of this republic, e?- dispone of. already out of, wnd moved to make Davi- tabliBhed by the custom and usage of 100 Whore 1I Fu1IhL At tho Jersey cattle ealo at Nashville, son's nomination unanimous xum bci- -i Cooking, 1 He hftd traveled through BiihAra, brovnl by the example of for yeor8 vility is likely more for show than the highest price was 310 for a bull and tho duriRera of tho Nile; Heating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less e8t ol he who - and "Defeated enraged Sltuvtultnaas, urxl dined observance. He and his followers are as 1215 for a heifer. ve founded and maintained our goy-- . on crocodile; Gasoline, J than actual cost. Ben Brush won the Buckeye Stokes, mad as hades and unless they cool off be- eminent, that no man should be eligible worth 17,000, over Prince Lief by a noee Knew everything of politics, region and likely do hh , tho law; ....- "" oUMinn vhM th j will fnr a third term of the presidential of- Could box and fence, and row a raw, and Prince Lief was the favorite. republicans vote like sheep follow the pIcqho his mothcr-ln-lafice " The Lexington Futurity for bell wether without question and with In short, had nil the nccompllshmnnta of Chairman W. F, Harrity, with his men both great and vlw; out comnlaint. thev may do some stab- - min.nrtmmWtaQ in nlomo nt n 7i f n will have 75 or moro entries Dot ho couldn't run u busltwa, for . . ..... worth $30,000. recesses ol the voting bootns. "1 bing in the year and will be wouldn't advertltvu. deniocratic convert ion, has opened head- - this t. Ixndon horse in OrThere is a That Smith was treated like a dog is cer-- 1 otuici uuuro, umtKU. ange county, O , which ia only 13 inches For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in irhothflr lfl.,lu,,,lc","v",D A rrojKMltloib tain. In an interview Mr. Harrity expressed "Look hero, llilll" wild Urn Jnytown high. When foaled it was only a little and his followers will Hccept his treat the btjllef that "tho moderate Bilver men larger barber, oddrerainfr tho villagu carpen ment like spaniels. than a kitten. will join bands with the honest money J. H. Neff shipped 4,000 dozen eggs ter. Bradley ran for Congress in men and save the party from going on and COO chickens Wednasday. Since the Tm Since Gov. Tell you what Til do, I'll this district thb republicans have not put the rocks." beginning of the year Mr. Neff has ship-po- d yonr hair, and your two iniys' ehlngla While for Men and Boys we have Col. Ion B. Nail editor of tho Farman' your up men of much calibre. Tho "Little Red nearly 100,000 dozen eggs. Rich- brotlier JohnM an' your Uncle Ezra's, ers Homo Journal, is being urged by his Hog" Ewell, Thomas Toddy, Dr. Roberts mond Pontagraph. U jxrull Bhinglo my kltalken roof ?" and the others who weut down in defeat( friends to announce biaiself a candidate Up to date Bales & Wagers havo 2. Y. World. have nothing to brag of over Davison, for Congress in the Louisville district on bought in this county about 4,000 lambp, who more than averages up with them a free silver platform. Ex. Wo do not to b delivered June 15th. Four cents in capacity and deserts. We take it, how- suppose the handsome colonel will re- was the price paid for moat of them. NKW AnVKKTIHKMKJnH. Wc have the Narrowest Toe Made on Ccntury.Lasts. ever, that the republicans do not expect quire a great deal of urging, if he thinks Richmond Register. district, fre silver has a show in the city. He to elect their nominee in this John L. Helm sold to McCandlass & else Davison would not have been given is not built that way. Brown four car loads of extra fine export a practically clear field. The other bigIt 1 candidate for Attcaior of Lincoln County, cattle averaging 1,440 pounds at 3.G0 for lubject Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. MORE NEWS NOTES. to the action of the democratic party. ger guns would have contested, if they and 3 for the other car. three car loads, Jesse Massey and J. T. Chance were thought there was chance of election. Elizabethtown News. assassinated by unknown men at CaldThe building of tho American Hoieo ENKUY Gov. Biudlby withdrew from tho race well, Tex. Exchange at New York, which occupied It a nnillltntA for A t&vr nf f Innln f V.. .. nomination, which for the presidental A little son of William Ferran, of subject to the ct the he was not in, Sunday, and requested Todd county, accidentally shot and kill- nearly a block, was barnsd with 21 val- erzicitlr atlct action support. democratic paity.and your among them Elsie G., 2:19 J, uable horses, Hon. John W. Yerkes to leave that nom ed his sister. valued at 17,500. Total loss $200,000. inating speech unspoken. The governor Three miners and 20 mulee were killMorris Jones has purchased Mr. Salhas gone to St. Louis to work for a sound ed as the result of a fire in a mine at I isbury's interest in Alix, 2:03, and the and nothing Taylorsville, 111. money platform, only that little mare has been shipped to Red Oak, more. He says be would not accept a We do not propose directly to make you a present, but Glenn Stuffy, one of the Howton where she will be given a rest. Tt is not and wants for nomination murderers, was sentenced at Princeton likely that she will be started this year, if you need anything in our line, you can save enough no other office than tho one he has. to imprisonment for life. money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presUntil July 1st all Soathdowns drop Arthur W. Piatt, who killed a luna- ped in 1895 and eligible to registry may I20 Tons Falls Branch Tbk court of appeals has turned down ent. Come and see the many things we are offering Lump Coal. Mayor Todd most beautifully and put tic at Lexington in 1885 and escaped, has be registered at the 50 cts. fee by memof the Now it your chance. We need the money the board of public works and safety of been captured in England. bers and f 1 by "AT C0ST.-X3- a The Supreme Lodge, Knights of and will Louisville on top. It decides that he American Southdown Association. Af- me cam duringtell lUls amount of Coal atcotc for the mouth of June, only. Lay in JUUf CIUUII (JUICK. can not remove those officers. Editor Honor, by a vote of 51 to 30, rejected a ter that date the fee will be $1 and $2. resolution to admit women. NOEL A SON. Russell, Coleman & Co., shipped GOO Dan E. O'Sullivan and the public generShep Palmer, colored, was hanged at They ally are beneficiaries under the decision lambs to Cincinnati this week. Jackson, Miss., for the murder of Charles were bought at from 3 to 4 J cents and and both are to be congratulated. Cordell and wife, also colored. sold for from 3J to 5 cents. This firm will A little girl in a Now York reform It looks liko W. M. Beckner Conalso shipped two loads of hogc, costing school committed suicide because the win the democratic nomination for from 2J to 2 70. They brought 3 to 3c. gress in the 10th. He has 33 votes in- management had her hair cut off. Harrodaburg Democrat. W IIEKKAS, Tho Emanuel Myers, of Bloomington, structed for him, with only 38 necessary merchant! and ether butineat Gentlemen poated on tbo cattle trade Stanford have adopted CASH " ofwe, the phjaiclana of thlathecommunitySYSand two counties not heard Ind., committed Buicide by tying a rope agree to nominate TEM, future from 1,100 to BYthat in the atk and demand that our bills, in the future, thai! be Fitzpatrick has 14 instructed around his neck and rolling out of bed, from. pound cattle will be preferred for ex- paid tvery thirty dart In cath. its equivalent or eight and Lykons votes, Thomas Turner Mre. Helen Powell, of Columbns, O., port or home consumption to the 1,500 a note, negotiable and payablo in bank, with legal and due nine. while drunk, shot and killed her daugh- to 1.700 pound cattle. The smaller cat interest, now owintf when tervicea are rendered -: eitont " for past professional services must come forward and settle at an early date, Mayor Simrali of Lexington, is wiser ter. They quarreled over getting sup- tle are now bringing from 25 to 35 cents Theio is a business at well as prefotsional tide to per. the practice of medicine and surgery which we than he was, if not so pretty. Ho asmore on the hundred. are determined toobtervo in thefutnre. The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- e Helm, of the Loadsaulted City Editor The Richmond Fair will be held four PEYTON, STEELK UAILEY, er because of something he put in tho and the Tribune have consolidated and days, beginning July 21. Besides sever6. W. UKONAUGH. W. 1). O'BAN.NON, got badly disfigured. It wont will be known as the Commercial-TribunL. I). COOK. paper and oiav io, 1090, al hundred small premiums, the associa 34.1m do to monkey with ua editors un!e89 you And Funeral Director. are spoiling to get hurt. The present New York legislature tion will hang up $5,000 for paces and a rings. J. W. WANTED-A- N passed exactly 1,003 new laws, and it is trots and $1,200 for show Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Bufjfrv Roh.. of the 918 for thing With 633 votes Neale secre brimr to patent 7 Protect your Idea : they may Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. vou wealth. Write JOUN WEnTlHltl of any other fel said that none of them suited Tammany Herndon is president, J. J. what' tha P-- t Ptant Attorneys, WwlUngtos. I G. B. Turley, Jr., treasurer. tary and R111! . opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. getting in the way of the juggernaut? J tall. Room low V. O., for their J1.8QQ prUa offer, r. white-winged Joun Sam Owsley, Jr., is greatly encouraged in his race for Congress and ho now feels very euro that ho will secure 1806 the nomination. With Foree out of the race, he could bent Thompson easy enough an.l it looks now like he could win over both. The weta won at Guthrio Friday by a vote of 119 to 22. BUTTERFLY, for The Tlraci.) (Written M The Louisuiffe Store. self-evid- ent m I Like Getting Gold Dollars for 50c. y, s g 3jc out-wh- o ii"! - m m LOUISVILLE STORE. Ex-Sena- tor Would-Be-Senat- or Infoi-mullo- lt I 'swrmm,i -- TT lo ... AT YOUR PRICE. w. H. WEAREN & CO. I I """'"i three-year-ol- Vi .,. ji 1 two-year-o- Tit-Hi- Tt..n,.;nlnhn I 1 SLIPPERS and SHOES H. J. McROBERTS. Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. JI. F. KLKIN JOE T. A JUNE BUG vice-presid- non-membe- rs Doctors Adopt the 30 W. P. TATE, Stanford. I Day Plan. UNDERTAKING -- 1,-3- 1 Jt Jm miL&mw, e. Practical Trimmer, Embalxaer Mc-vt-i.- tr ae IDEA& "' , , .';AhL'-Ai-- i ''-- ' -- 'TrA'ii.m iiiiiiliiiiiiiir iifiiiYii'iiiriifiiifiiiiiillriirii ifii'i Stanfohd, Kt Jum: 10, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Yoiffchould take your prescriptions to I'ennyVdniK Btore whom prompt and "accuralo eervice in iniaraiiteed. An Italian band from Lexington will Raised. Postmaster J. W. Rout reNice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call furnisii the music for the hop at Walton's ceived a notification from tho postoflice at once and get pick of the stock. Opera House, Thursday night. department yesterday that his salary Mies Lucilmc Mknktkk is back from had been raised to correspond with lilu TKt , Georgetown College. Until July 1st, 181)0, you can buy any- office receipts, to an increase oi Mk. anu Muh. J. A. Hk.nijkbn are visit-Iuthing in our complete Btock at actual ST3? $100 a year. in Marion county. wholesale coat. W. II. Wearen & Co. Ih homo Mjss Anniu Kvans Uiiioht Two more prisoners have been added from MillurahurK College. ' Tux managers will entertain the nine to Jailer DeBord's fast increasing army, THE MISTERY HAD Mb. J. H. IlKJOiNflBiui Miss Julia are young lady contestants in elocution,their Craig Gregg, charged with robbery, and at Tatham Springs. usherp and the judges at tea at the St. rueticntlne NOT BEEN SOLVED; Joe Gregg, with seduction, wero deliverMiuViHiiic Uhoaudus, of Kieh Hill, Aeaph Hotel Friday evening at 5:30. Sunday for safe keeping by ed to him WITHERS PRESENTS TO THE BUYING Mo., is viaitiiiK MiwiHue Uout. I r has been a little cool for summer SherilTF. P. Elliott, of Laurel. of Lancaster, Mb. II. Kf McKoukkts, PUBLIC A COLD FACT, THINK OF IT! time, but a delightful spell for living. was with ilia brothera hero Saturday. Elopbd. News comes from tho A est Yesterday's predictions were: Conditions Thi Mammoth Oavo party ot back End that John A. Blain, who had es- favorable for alio werB and thunder storms cnewed matrimony till he has almcBt safe and aound and report a splendid trip. Tuesday showers, warmer. ' I'ntTiY UTTI.K LiLi.tR Moonic, of Casey, seen half a century go bv, eloped to CinMrs. Ed Wilkinaon. is vlsltinu iter sister, What's more my customers realize that fac t, saving money in evCan't Oomk. Gov. Jae. B. McCreary cinnati a few daya ago with a Mies Good for Miss Eli.kn IIalwd, who haa beon to the request that Wright and married her. writes with reference ery instance. My bargains always surpass the anticipations of those teaching muaic in Somerset, hH returned he be one of tho judges at the elocution John! He ought not to have waited bo who come doubting, and they go away convinced that Withers' barhome. ary contest here Friday night: "My re- long. gains are just as offered. Mjib. C. W. Krimbii, of Louisville, !a aped for and gratitude to your people Rev. W. S. EGasTBAOiiDiNABY. Mrs. II. T , Willi her parents, Mr. and prompts me to state thua early that my tella ua that so in o time ago Mrs Harris. engagements will not permit me to be in John Z. Spoonaraore gave him a hen and Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and ManMb. amd Miib. II. M. Hai.lou,o( LanStanford on tho Kith of June." He kept the hen tied till 20 chickens. ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. caster, spent Sunday with Col. and Mra. weaned the chickens and then let she had Miller. At an informal meeting of B. W. Gaines. began to lay at once and tho Stanford Bar held yesterday morn- her loose. She Mns. Anns D, VanAhsdalk, of Hsr- -' Friifty morning aa he solemnly avers ! ing, Col. T. P. Hill was called to the rodsburj:, ia with her daughter, Mrs. H. noon. If Bro. chair, atid on motion of J. W. Alcorn, laid threellaree pcks before Mcltaherts. J. Grinatead was any other kind of a preachC1TXASI) V1CIXITY. aecond-- i by U. T. Harris, it was resolvMb. and Mue. J. A. Stii'Iik.sson, of a Methodist we would Bay that he ed to Mild a formal meeting Saturday er but . Orab Orchard, pent several daya at Dr. .Belt buckles at com. Danks. prevaricating or joking, but as he Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices next, a' 2 o'clock p. t , to take suitable waB J. 1). OwpIpv'h. do either, we give the story and Fbuit Jard at Warrvu A Snauka'. action on tho death of Hon. W. U. Mil- - doesn't I). K.nolibii and wife, of on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Oait. T. let tho people judge. , u. ler. un motion 01 uoi. Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a lioyle, spent Friday with Mr. and MrB. weicm 9 Stbblino liall cutT links at Dauka'. s tho chair appointed J. W. Alcorn, Judge Lumber Yard, , and by W. U. Mctfoherts. Thinks Hk Ought to have Kill- full btock of every thing found in a Still Watcii gtiarda. All colors. Danks. M. C. SHutley and Col. Welch a commit- ed Him. Anthony Alcorn.who was given selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have Mn. O. M. I'ATTKBaoN and wife, of tee on resolutionu. lancaater, WHro the guests of Capt. and a death eentenco last week for calling ever been offered here. Cabkia(ik paint. Craig A Hocker. Mra. W. H. Kirby. his fntherfout and shooting him to death Tho law proBkt tub l Jki.ly GlaHHcHHt Warren A Shanks' Poet Laureate. W. II. is holding up remarkably well and greets vides that persons going to and from mill numerous visitors he has with a Shanks, had a pretty little poem in with their Backs on horseback shall paes the SurtoiCAL supplies. Craig A Hocker. Louisville Times. smile. Ho talks freely about the killing , free. A West End man solved Mu Axn Mkh. J. V. Huvant, of and iiiBiatsithat be wsb justified iu shootWAiBTsetB.operachains.etc. Danks. for a while tlie question of free pikes bo were gueata of her parunta, Itev. ing the old man. His father and mothPocKKT knives Ht coat at Craig A Hock- - far aa he ia concerned by always Irt'ing er were never married and in fact never K. Grinatead. and Mra. W. aatride a sack when he passed the gates. er's. together. When Anthony was eix Mu. M. F. Nohth attended the sain of The keepers thought he was using a vast lived Fhi'it Jara and Jeliy UlaaaeB at War- amount of meal at hiB house, but raised years old his mother sent him to ins tlie ellecta of the Pinevillo H.inking Co. ren A SliaiikB1. father to keep, but the father didn't and bouciit some of its note8v tlie pole and said nothing. They resolvMips Mauv Mykhh. of Nashville, Ih up Fly Traps and Tangle Foot Fly Paper ed, however, to investigate the first want him and the boy wbh Bent to a rel ative's houoe, where he remained till he to spend a portion of her vacation with at Warren A Shanks'. chance that presented itself, when it web was eight. The father then hired him brother, Mr. S. S Myers. her For your boy not being Dressed Up. discovered that tho sack contained nothL'ltEK'iuiTio.s- work done at lowest cash out and continued to do eo until lees Da. N. II. McKim.nkv Ib back from ing hut bran, which had been used to " n year ago, when Anthony grew Chicago where he baa been attending the pricea. Craig A Hocker. deceive po long.it had almost become hard than tired of his father drawing all his wages Chicago College of Dental Surgery. 'I'm: time of tlie departure of the af- tack. The fellow doesn't travel now as and told him so. A quarrel followed, Miwns. J. U. Coow, of Iwrencobnrg, ternoon train to Richmond on the K. 0. much aa he used to. when the elder Alcorn whipped the boy H H. Hocker and Tilden Cook, of Danchanged to 1:05, Returning, it unmercifully. He was then driven off A good story, which illustrate!, tho igville, apent Sunday 1th reUtlVfB here. has been gets here at D.20. norance of tho average republican dele- tho place and remained till a month and 5 to 14 years. J. 11. Gkstkv went over to Oakley SatTub Liberty Tribune pays "tho Intkk-io- b gate, comes from the Nicholasville con- a half ogo, when he went to work for aeo his mare, Oral, atari, but urday to Jouhnal ia the best paper in all this vention. Our townsman, A. A. McKin-ne- y James Cash. The father drew half of for some reason the race waa declared oil. "A Good Suit with two pair pants, 5 to 14 years at $3.50 was put in nomination for secretary his wages and when Anthony kicked Hiiow.m and Mrs. Will section of the State" and Hro. Phelps Mum. I'kiimklia to $4.50. to a and tho delegates mistaking thenaaie for about it, he threatened to kill him. "That 0. Haya will decorate Walton's Opera ought be judge. McKinley and thinking it was the presi- was more than I con id stand," said the House for the contest in elocution next Thy J. 11. Baughmuu A Co.'a cooking dential aspirant himself, and desiring to boy, "and I killed him." When asked Friday night. coals. They are best and cheapest. get in his band wagon, almost fell over if he had loaded his eun to kill his fathAnnie Misbxb Schas, IJxaeiK ahh nut 10c., Cannel nnt 1 Ic, de- each other in their eil'ort to be the first er, ho replied that ho bad not, but had Bm.k Woods are back from Milleraburg livered at your houae. to vote for him. Ho was elected of course dropped a 32 bullet in his gun on his way College. Thoy spent a week with frienda and then thebttckwoGda delegates began to make sure of hia work. The boy Pkaciils Mr. d. B. Cooper and famibefore returning. COT The Pants are known as the "Never Rip" Pants, Jknkinb and Ella ly are luxuriating ou peaches from their to crane their necka to see "the next spends the greater portion of his time MisaKs Flo u use and singing. He eieepB well Dunn, of Boyle, anil Fannie Deering, of ownorcha'd. This ia unusually early president," while others rushed forward praying Fiemingsb-r- g, am viaitlug Mr. nml .Mrs. for that fruit, hut Mr. Cooper claims to be to shake his hand. Afterwards when and is one of tho heartiest prisoners they found out their mistake and that Jailer DeBord has. an extraordinarily fine fruit raiser. J. W. Baugbman. Tho white people in the neighborhood Mr. McKinnov was nothing but an every Miss Annus Bbonauoii Enolkman, Tub Doctoks. Dr. R. 0. McChord, of day bank cashier they felt like kicking of the killing, who know of how badly Bowjust returned" from Potter College, Lebanon, was chosen president of the themselves. the old man used to treat the boy, wbo ling Green, was here yesterday, looking State Medical Society, and Owotjsboro was they say is not bright, feel a sympathy Dealers in Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes and Clothing, ever. handsomer than Sinoulab Accident. Sunday named as the place (or tho 1S'J7 meeting. for him and have already started a petiStanford, Ky. I'iiok. F. J. Duikv left yesterday for Kdttll Carter was fooling with a Dr. Steele Bailey remains secretary. for the commutation of his sentence HopkinavlUe, where he will spend the pistol, whou it 'Vent oir, the ball passing tion to life imprisonment. summer. The patrons of the Academy Fivb Failed Prof. L. 0. Bosloy telle tli rough the weatherboarding and lodgcharge another us that of the. 20 white people examined ing iu the left thigh of his brother, J. hope ho will accept ita Circuit Couiit. This has been a bad year. Nevin Carter, who happened to pass just court on evil doers. Already eight men for school certificates, foui1 got Ohikkok Police J. D. Fkknky, of 11 second, six third and five failed en- then. It barely missed tho artery and have been sent to the penitentiary from Kichmond, spent several daya with hiB tirely. Only five Negroes presented severing a vein buried itself in the ilesh one year to a life time, while another labrothera-in-laJ. S. and William Bico. thetuBelveu for examination Friday. and has not yet been exactly located. bors under a verdict of death, and still Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet The blood gushed in a sluice from the there's mora to follow. Hocameuown to bear the Bormon on Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock Thk second meet of tlie Middleaboro wound and he must have lost a gallon or ' "rythianiam." James Shropshire, a Negro, was proved wero glad to see Mrs. J. Cycle Club will occur at Brooks' Park more. Estill was very much alarmed and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. Hub frienda guilty of tho chargo of breaking into the Kiroy on the street yosterday after July I, when there will be eix raw s and rushed to town for Dr. Peyton, mak- house of George Helm and John Lee and H. her long confinement. She la far from from J to 3 miles each and with prizes of ing the six miles, it is said, in 15 min- stealing therefrom a ham, shoulder and being well though and may have to Butler cups and medals of $10 to f 21. Our utes. Dr. Peyton pronounces the wound middling, and the jury gave him two thanks are due Mr. George W. Albrocht quite a dangerous one, but says the another operation. years. On hearing the verdict his wife for Invitation. Owblby, tho hero of is doing very nicely. Mr. Carter is fell over in a swoon and created some exCol. Bill Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at Creek, haa been assigned to duty Tub board of trustees of tho new State in the revenne service and is a very fine citement. at McBrayer, Andoraon county. He may Reform Schools authorized Secretary W young man. His friends hope he will Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. Circuit Clerk J. P. Bailey reported the bo located in Richmond in July. So P. Walton to state through the press that Boon be out. collection of $29.45 tax on petitions, &c. mote it be. Richmond Register. tho cities or towns which wish to secure A K. P. Sbbmon. "Bear ye one anoth- J. F. Cummins, county clerk, a balance Miaa Kathbbink Emma Daiinaby, of the locations of the institutions can send er's burdenB and so fulfill the law of of $10.30 tax on licenses, &c., and A. G. Lexington, one of the contestants at propositions for Bites or other donations Christ," was Rev. A. V. Sizemore'B text Faulkner, justice of the peace, $25. He Walton'B Opera next Friday night, will to him at Stanford. Papers will confer a Sunday afternoon, when he preached at was the only justice to return anything. be the gueat of Mlaa Ethyl Beazley this favor on us by publishing tho above and Will Brown, who bad already at thia the Presbyterian church on Pythianiam. week, aa will also Mies Lucille Arnold, help a good canse. The sermon was a masterly eflort and term of court been given five years each of Lancaater. Livkly Old Pboplb. Mr. W. S. War- was listened to by 101 Knights of Pyth- for two other burglaries, was tried FriMm. R. J. LYLKahoa kindly accopted ren, aged 72, and his wife nine years his ias from Stanford, Lancaster, Danville day afternoon for breaking into the house an Invitation from the managers of the junior, have gathered during the past and Richmond lodges. The church was of J. H. Kirby and convicted. This ac elocutionary conteat to elng a aolo Friday gallons of cherries from fonr filled with friends of the great Order and cording to Judge Saufley 'a construction week The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light night and that will fnrniBh another treat of them congrat- of the law, some lawyers here agreeing attend, aa she ia charming, trees. The old gentleman tells us that after the services many will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best of lof those who his wifo did most of tho work and would ulated Mr. Sizemore on his splendid dis- and others disagreeing with him.carries a and ly gifted in aong. for life. Judge Saufley says all not let him climb the trees for fear he course. The Knights marched from sentence ' Mb. 0. W. Moobb, general manager of Castle Hall to the church in a body and there is no doubt about the letter of the Co. for would fall and get hurt. the Singer Sowing Machine were given seats close to the pulpit by law. The court of appeals will have to Kentucky and three States B(iolnlng,wa8 About 100 reserved seats liavo already the ushers, Rowan Saufley, Harris Wear-e- pass on tho intent. Whether it Bays bo Perrin. It ii been sold for tho olocutionnry entertainhere Friday with Mr. J. W. Bon Wearen and Charley Green. or not the evident intention of the law is Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see latter gentleman will be ment next Friday night, 19tb, at Wallikely that the Tho music was a decided featnre. Somo tJ prevent the criminal from further Lexington. moved to ton's Opera House, the largest number of tho best singers in town were in the commission of crime, after ho had served Tun iElizabetbtown News sayB that of advance sales since the erection of 'that choir, Mrs. R. B. Mahony was at the other sentences, and failing, to shut him admitted building, Prof. W. G. Lackey haa been some 15 or 1G years ago, and a up for life, when he continued to mani will In a few weoka tremendously large audience will greet organ and Mr. Joe F. Waters assisted on tho bar them and to hiB cornet. After theBermon the Knights fest a spirit averse to reformation and be University of Virginia to take the nine young lady contestants when And Most Durable Stove Made. io to tho to the Hall, where appro- came too great an enemy of society to courae, after which he will the curtain rises at S o'clock, promptly. marched back a Bummer law priate speeches were made and a vote of remain at large. practice. bo to St. Louia to Miller Broaddus was tried for breaking to Mr. Sizemore. Job T. Emhuy is announced in this is- thanks was extonded of a recent victory secured leel grateful to Mrs. Permelia into S. H. Shanks' store yesterday and court of appeals by sue aa a candidate for assessor. There The K. Ps. HERD THK iu a caae before the acquitted. Dick EvanB, who Bwore beThomas Miller are few harder working democrats than Brown for her kindness in decorating the Thoroughbred TO XVTI Messrs. H. 13. Evans and WJ y church for the occasion with her beauti- fore the grand jury that Broaddus was AbAJaV b is OwbIoy, the Bowling Green Courier Bays: Mr. Embry and 0 deaerving of recogIclcd from in bcatherd4 ful flowers and to Mrs. Mahony, Mrs. guilty, went back on his oath yesterday My Breeder! wer caps of tho young nition from his pi rty. His experienco in of twine in several different This ia a feather In tho Dr. Cook, Mra. J. W. Hayden, Mrs. Joe when brought before the court. The old or thii Umoui breed lot ol plgt of diflrent age Statei. A iplendid that ia decidedly creditable to tho Farmers' Bahk & Trust Co. has attorneys specialty. Satisfaction W. H. Wearen, MiBses Cla- man, who already baa five years, is to be for ile. Bred iow legal combat, made him precieflland painstaking and 8. Rice, Mrs. guaranteed. Correspondence sollcitid. Address for the Kirby burglary. them, young as they are in and Myrtle Hughes and tried will come to them ahould bo be elected he will fill the office ra Merahon BRONAVGH, The trial of Wm. Chesterfield for forand is ominous of what for assisting in the excelCrab Orchard, Ky they persevere M they with credit, alike tfa himself and bis par- many others the future, if gery ia Bet for in I lent music. ty. now ate dolnj. rinisoxAi Poixts. k Camphtllaville. Mn. H. 0. Ruplby ia spending tho week in Mnrjon. Miss Mollis Wabk returned to ycatprdny. Gkn. P. Wat IIahdin and family are at Crab Orchard Springs. Mibb Alma Gan.v, of Somerset, !b witii her consiiiR, tlie MImhch Beck, Miss Rachkl Allison left yesterday for Cincinnati and other pointfl. Mn. 0. L. Wiibblkii, of Wheeler's Emporium, Hustonville, was hero yesterday. Thk youngest member of tho I. J. stall, Miea Margie Moore, of McKinnoy, was liere yesterday. About 25 K. I'd. will go o Danville this afternoon to help tho lodge there celebrato "Memorial Day." Oait W. H. Kiiiiiy loft yeaterday to take bit new run from Lexington to MavBville. Good luck to him. Mn. John E. Patbick, who married Miss Hobo Klchards, has withdrawn from the Congreaaional race in the 10th. Mn. W. B. Moss ami his brother-in-law- , R.T. Cqlson, of Oregon, who ia visiting him, whnt up to Middlesboro yeaterday. Missus Lili.ik VanDkvbb. of George town, and Elma Pope and Lucy Allen, of Milleraburg, will arrive this week tovialt tho Missea Woods. Mbs. M. y.CoL'LTBii,of Mayeville, will bo In Stanford next Tuesday, 23d, to teach a claed in embroidery. Seo her at the hotel, jjho and Mrs. W. Itusaell Warden am) Miss Bessie Worthington wero here yesterday. Mltch-ellaburg Mn. J. M. HitNimick-- a is quite 111. Mns. L. M. Wehtk field has gone to 11 'A ma lino of shoes at Farris & Har- - din's. Bituminous and cannel nut coal, tom price. Try It. Noel A Son. bot- Kinlby, the carriage painter, is an ex- " pert in his line. Get hia prices. stock, I will To reduce oiler special prices on boxing, fencing, studding and joifltB. A. C. Sine. Bobax. "From the Desert," a book of 200 liornx receipts free at Craig A Houk- Notick. Parties owing tuition bills to er's, Stanford Female College for tho past year Fhl'it jura and jelly glasses at cheap at will ptearo call at the college bb soon M Farris A Hardin's. They wore bought convenient and settle them with Mrs. Nannie S. Saufley. Wm. Sholtou. before tho rise. tffimss&k i&iii FORJDASH For tlie Tlhixtsr I There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices IsTes-r- t 3Da,3re, In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. S1.-1C- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ... One Year Ago Today EXPENSES CUT $l,OOOI W. W. WTTHE"R.S, - Grin-ntea- d Reduction In Prices first-clas- m Toll-Gate- s. KTA.M-oim'f- Fri-day- 'a A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky. toll-gat- es Lnn-caste- r, ' NO EXCUSE You Can Buy a Good Suit at - 75c, $1.25 to $3- Boys' Knee Pants, 5 to 14 years, 25c to 75c. t. "a Severance S Son, after-uoo- n, flret-claa- s, PENNY'S DRUG STORE Penny's Drag Store pr-tle- nt Gil-bert- B m m G. L. PENNY, Executor. The Insurance. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. TTnCS vimi BLUK-GUASS 50-od- d m m n, THERE IS NO DANGER. Duroc-Jerie- to-da- y R. H. to-da- y. " - -- """ ' in iim nil ir i him rZwiMrui miiiSSa tfjfehjrifejnUa liMHHmniiiifii a.iiintiiim,, .sb. risstsftu. siai I 9t Semi-Weekly Interior Journai AT CRAB ORCHARD. Tho Crab Orchard nine will play the Stanford ball club Tuesday. Quito a number of Stanford people were up hero Sunday to get a drink of water, to be euro. Rev. Scott Anderson has been to preach at Burnside, in Garrard county, this year. Rev. Mr. Meacham, of Paint Lick, preached two very interesting sermons at tho Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Addams are at home from their wedding tour and are Rueata of Mr. and Mrs. John Buchanan. The Rag Alley played the Crab Orchard base ball nine Saturday, the game standing 21 to 33 in favor of tho Crab Orchard nine. The remains of Mrs. Chris McClure, whose untimely death was noticed in your last issue, wero buried in Crab Orchard Cemetery Friday. Quite a number of donations of flowers have been made to the L. & N. Park and if the weather is favorable we will soon have a very pretty spot of the Park. Misses Farisand McWhorter returned to London Sunday. Mr. Noel, of Indiana, is at tho Vanderpool House, drinking the water from the famous Sulphur Well. Mrs. Alice Newland went to Indianapolis Sunday night to visit her sister, who is very ill. MiBS Virgilino Ballard, of Livingston, is the guest of Miss Lottie Dlllion. Misses Minnie Myers and Eva Steger and Mr. W. Stuart Myers left Sunday night. MiBS Minnie will spend the summer in Kansas City. Miss Eva will go to ber mother and sister at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mrs. Lucinda Stephenson went to Harrodsburg Saturday to spend a few Altho' weeks with ber S7 years old, Aunt Cinda is able to get around like a girl and makes frequent visits to her different who think there is no one like mammy. Mrs. J. F. Cummins is visiting her parent?, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. PettuB. Mrs. Dr. Black, of Knoxville, is expected at her father's, Mr. J. II. Fish, this week, where she will spend the Summer. Mr. Harry Magee, of London, is here circulating among old friends. Misa Ella Watson, of Louisville, is tho guest of Mrs. D. B. Edmiston. grand-children. grand-children- QUEEN AND CRESCENT. To National Educational Association, Buffalo, N. Y., July Superb trains and fast time. Queen and Crescent passonger service to the East is unequaled. Connection in the Queen City with nil lines, rail or water, to Buffalo. Ono faro for round trip (plus $2) to Buffalo and return. Liberal return 7-vee-tibul- Turnpike Election. i8. J. S. OWSLEY, JR A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, jPabllehed Every Tuesday and Friday 03 en FSR YHLA.Il IN- - not so paid S3. 50 will be charged.K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. - en-Ra- ged A meeting of the stockholders ot the Knob Lick, McCormack's & Turnersvllle Tumpiko Co. will be held at McCormack's, JULY 3, at a o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing officers (or the ensuing year. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley d Is a candidalo for Judge ol the Court ol Appeals E. D. PEYTON, President. Iluildlng. (or this district, subject to the will ol the democracy. Is a candidate (or Ccngress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Tarty. w w JUDGE W. S. PKYOR SAMUEL M. OWENS Stanford, Ky. V.? fflH5 so-t- Trains leave Stanford at p. 7.10 a. m., and 4:05 m., returning at 4:30 p. m., and 9:20 p. m. limits. L.&N. K& LOCAL TIME CARD. Mo. 13, No, t6. No. 15, si, Train going North.,, ' "' ' ' South . ,.. .... .... u 1 " " . ,...ti 313am pm oj p 04 37P m m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pats Junction City as follows: No, t South 11.07 p m No. 1 North ...3.4 a p m " j u.ooam " 4 " ...1.00 p m " 5 " ...3.1S a m u.3S am " 6 " ...6 00 a m 8.35 p m "10 " 9 " Notk. No. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no fur her than Junction City. All trains stop trie re. Washington, D. C, July 1S00, via tho Queen A Crescent Route. Half rates for rouud trip. Tickets good on vestibuled limited trains. Connection with all lines to Washington. A good time to take your vacation trip at low cost. A9k agents for information about rates, Belling dates and liberal limits. Chas. W. Zell, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. P. A., Chattanoo, 3, Y. P. S. 0. E At Cost. TOjREDUCE STOCK . Is a candidate for.whn(Tof Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic party. sub- ..Will sell goods for : : the. Keep you eye on the I'ase Pence, See llufl Is a candidate (or Sheriff ol Lincoln County sub Dud.lernr.J L. Dawson, J. 11 llrighl, H. Oobi), our Kd Carter, II. Chancellor and others who heve us ject to the aiilon o( tho democratic party support is earnestly foliated O A PEYTON, Hlanf. rd, Ky edit. 93 3m JAMES B. GENTRY JHtiN! Agent (or Lincoln County. 1 Next 60 Days EMMETT At Cost For Cash. McCOKMACK ga, Tenn. Half rates will be in effect via the Queen & Crescent Route to the great National conventions at Chicago and St. Louis. Tieae tickets will have liberal limits and will entitle passengers to rido on faBt vestibuled limited trains without extra charge. No other line can give Be sure to you such train service. havo your tickets read via the Queen & Crescent. The Y. M. 0. A. Summer School meets June 19th to 2Stb at Knoxville. Round trip tickets via the Queen A Crescent on sale from all points June ISth to 20th, godd until June 30th to return at half fare. W. C. RiNJtAKSON, G. P. A., Cincinnati Is a candidate (or Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party our support it ramesily solicited. SHELBY & SHELBY, J. K. VanArsdale. Cora Ono, Coras All. Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, First-Clas- - Kentucky. Cooke's And see the new Hats at Mis Duddernr's Temple ot Fashion this week New Legon, new Panamas, all the new Persian effects in Flowers and Ribbons, Handsome goods hot Low Prices Dress making done In the Utet style and on short M I). Dl DDKRAK, notice MKS. KATK DUDOKKAR. A s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of jour patronage Is respectfully solicited it Cm. Buggies, Cultivators. II you want a No I lluggy, one worth every dollar vou have to pay lor It and one that will be guaranteed to give you satisfaction and a lluggy right, go to Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Doits, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and &-- Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it t&r Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. Ii. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug" Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Ilustonvillc. F. Ii. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, Jamks T. Cook p., Harrodsburg, Ky. New Dress Hiking Establishment. Having completed my course In the French Tailoring System ol Cutting and Pitting I oiler my services to The Ladies of Stanford, And Vicinity, feeling assured that 1 can pleaie I will be found In the rear them with my work of Mrs. Kale Dudderar's Millinery Stcre and will be glad U wait un those wishing work in my line MltS WM. GEEK, Stanford. 7 If POWDER Absolutely Puro.1 A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. La test United States Government Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York. CARkOLL BAILBV DOC ,0. . , , From a letter written by Kev. J. Gundermin, of Dimoudale, Mich., we are permitted to make this estract "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost man elous in the case oi my wife While I was pastor of the Baptist church at kives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxisms cf coughing would last lor hours with little intermission and it seemed as il she ceuld not survive them A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovert, it was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory in results. ' Trial bottles free at W. It Mcltoberts' Drug Store. Regular sire joe and $i Marvelous Roeults. - He will not handle shoddy slufl He has some beaulllul Surreys and Phae-loo- s. The genuine Malta Cultivators arid Plows, the test in use, as all firmer, -1- 11 toll )0u. (Jo to see him and save your money Ilustonvillr, Ky. D. S. Carpenter, TO THE LADIES Klegant line Linens and Embroidery Material MISSL1CC1E HKAZLKV, Stanford, Ky 1 J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Uisi'i lllack Diamond Kool ami r.ttimates furnished for palming Wtul, Metal and Iron Roof, Ssililactian All roots painted with Dean's lllackruarantrvd Diamond Paint guaranteed (or ears Deal us in best n Pumps and (Jalvinleit Iron l'ljters, l.alvan-lie- d and lllack Iron Kbuting uf all kinds. si tl 1 lis-ter- I am back from the cities with everything that is new and prcttr m the Millinery line A visit In my store will convince you that this slock is the most complete. DKVE, BAILED Proprietors DRYE, Train iujj and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, s roadsters and and prepared tor sale. SAddlcrs bought and sold on commission Good hall, mile track and best stables in the country. 8 First-clas- Electric Hitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more generally needed in the Spring, when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish a d the need of a tonic and alteram e is (elt A prom p use 01 this medicine has often averted long anil perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in countctvctlng and freeing the svstcm from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, constipation, dlrzintss yield to Elccirie bitters. Only 50c per bott.'e at W. 1) McAObeits drug store. m I Electric Bitters. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FAHMS In Lincoln county, Ky,atA per cent . temi sn Address nual interest ; uo commission charged DA V. Konn 17, Keayon Iluildlng, Louisville, Ky For blink applications and further lufonnation, in iuirs ol J N Saunders, Attorney, btanlord, Ky. Two Farms For Sale. of which Is la grail ith good Improvement i, intlud- , iuui ihuiccu barn "k ,w Is situatnl in a hat is ur 10 acre ct p This farm pionOunccd the tail district in Kentucky fer White Hurler Io. tacco totnfoilable residence bouse. Para No. 4 coataitis acres in same locality, with brick dweUuiir. Large ttuck and barns. One el the lest improted farn.1 tobnco 10 the county. Ileth farms are in fine state of preseivallon, well watered Htd lentil. Closets R. It. depot, schools. market and eu a tine turnpike. , vi iHisuRaiioti apply to J N. SAL'NDEKS, 10 .Stanford, Ky well watered GKO.W iuun'7, Farm No. ry 1 contains ji mr rriMlrr part In Wsshinricn 1 St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Horte-Srwem- Neither gets turns his desk la to a dining table. takes The statement was made in last Tues the out ol door exercise he needs, neither wonder W COOK J W McGI.NNIS. is small It J. the pioper time for eating. 1 3 charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop, day's that the digestion of both gets out of order. In iesue that Rev. Martin Luther such caw. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets come to would assist Rev. W. W. Bruce in con- their assistance by aiding nature in taking care the food. ducting a meeting at this place. The ofThe cause of nine tenths of the sickness cf the from writer was misinformed. Rev. Luther world is constipation, of the this one cause come DANVILLE, KY., stomach, liver and indigestion, disorders will not assist him, but Rev. S. M. Lo- kidneys, biliousness, headaches, flatulence, heart Builder and Dealer in All Kinds gan, of burn, Impurity of the blood and the serious com. Stanford. plications that folbw To begin with, constlpa- of Carriages. tlon Is a little thing and a little thing will cure A large crowd was present at the Repairing a Specialty. Work dsne and warrant It. I be "Pleasant relleu ' are tiny sugar coated d to give satisfaction. All work done when meeting of tho literary society here last granules, iney win pertectly cure me wors romised. All accounts due when work case of constipation and indigestion Thursday night. The subject for deb tte gist tries t sell you totie other pill If the drug Your patronage solicited. 00 that pay wa? "Resolved That tho Invention of rim greater profit, just think ot what will best pay you. McKINNETT The workman ollen eats his lunch oa the bench where he docs bis work The otlice same man Ky. iJ THOMAS Y. SHAW, ' All kinds of Carriage, lluggv and Wagno Making and Repairing done. shKlts worked uvcr and made good at new, A II.Kinleyhas chargc ol tlio painting department and guarantees tits g a .penally anl (er cash onwork. ly Accounts due lit of each month I II 18 6iu J II C.lthKK. A. II KINLLV MKKSIION, j ' lsde-vere- Superior Plumbing! Hr a workman of IOJB a I will W. S. Stanford, - BTJUCEC, - Attornoy at Law, from now ou deliver the Stanford FaiUry.s Ice rrgularly every morning. Price Kentucky. J. : T. SUTTOIT. : UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. la Offers his services o the people ol West Full stock of Coffins and Casey Counties. and Caskets always on hand. 9s D. fci. Carpenter, Manager. Lln-cc- Machinery lias Been an Advantage Rather Than a Disadvantage to Man kind," with Messrs. F. M. Ware and James North on the affirmative, and Br. Moore and J. H. Vanhook on the negative. The rest of the program was good, the paper being read by Mr. Jas. North. The next meeting, which promiees to be very interesting, will be Thursday June 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All bills must m nth. Oihceon I.aacatter Strest, opposite the Court House Collections receive cspeilal attcnUon, 13 PaBeeoger train Xo. was 1 on the 0. & 0. holdup near Hawks Neat Thursday night by some amateur robbers, who got nothing. They piled a big lot of rocks and timber ou the track and when the train stopped a dozen masked men spraDg forward. They cut off the express car and then attacked it with dynamite, but the attempt was futile and they could not blow it up, and the robbers Rave up in despair. The men were evidently new at tho business, and inexperienced in such matters. Since January 1, 5S,23S,300' worth of property in this country has gone up in smoke. 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE of Any amount between o and 100 lbs at Hcln. poiillvelr be paid the first of each K IlKKMtR FIRST NATIONAL BANK OrSTANFORD. KY. ....... 25. CALL ON- Odorless Water Closets, Frost-ProWater Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs ' THE RILEY F.U. niLEY. London. - - - HOUSE Capital Stock Proprlotor. Kontuoky. Surplus - 8100,000 23.700 T. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY. -- Pocket Kev Checks br Mail for only 35 Cents,r " i . and Ker Checks. Metal t ear liaL'H-n- e Lotcmoi aU kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key Rings, Chains, Ac rStamping on Metal aud genShop-oveM. I). Elmoio's store, eral repairing So Stanford, Ky. .. STANFORD Mrs. Shannon McKinney is visiting her mother, Mrs. James llocker, at Junction City. Mies Mary Routon was visiting in Hubble last week. Mrs. William Lewis is visitiuK her daughter, Mrs. Belle Marryat, at Nolin, Ky. Cosby Greene, of Junction City, is viaiting his uncle, Mr. W. G. Routon, near this place. Misa Eugenia Ware, who has been attending school at Georgetown, baa re- A specialty. ever to WORKMANSHIP &F.COND TO prepared thanattached accommodate the public Good Livery and every convenience d NON K Ollt edge refcrerce in and out tired. Rive me a call. KKANK RILEY, o! the State Ask your Danville 7y friends about my woik. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bctte , ( T. F. CLARKE. riement House Iluildlng, Danville, Ky . DE, W. B. FiEniTOrsr, THE FEMALE : COLLEGE. STANFORD. KY. WILLIAM SHELTON, President. RS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Miss1 Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the Study Hall; alias Mary Cowen, Principal ot the Music Department; Miss Mary P Harris, Principal of the Departments ol Art and Elocution. turned home. Winter Bright, who has been Lexinaton, returned home Sunday Mac Williams went down home Saturday and returned Sunday. Miss Mollie Wright, who has been visiting at Junction City, has returned home. Mrs. T. M. Clarkson, who has been ill, is improving very fast. Mies Mary Lyono is ill again with malarial fever. When any little, lantern-jawed, lop-eare- d, Popular Washer, Try one for 30 Days and if you don't like it don't take it. Oculist, : Stanford, Ky. Street, at Itesidence. Office on Lancaster Attention of the public is invited to the lar thai this is the only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equel to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a (und of J4Uo,oo. live sworn statements odheconditlon o( are made each yesrto the United States the bank government and its assets are eismlned at stated times by government agents, thus securing addituona scd perfect sa(ety to deponiors. This institution, originally eitablishsd as the Deposit Hank o( Stanford In iSjS, then iied as the National Hank ol Slan(ord niSojand again re.organued as the Kirst National Hank ol Stanford In iMi, hat had practically an uninterrupted eauteoceof is ,eart It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than enr before in lis long and honorable career Accounts of corporstlons fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- - J. 0. McWhorter, Crab Orchard, t The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forcstus Heid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln ; J. It. CoIImi, Lmiclo; J. W. llayiltd, Stanford; S. Ii. Kaughiuan.1 Lincoln; J. S. Heeler, Stanford; W. A.Trlbble.Staufeid; M. D. F.lmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill. Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky UNDERTAKER, - Kentucky. crosa-eye- d, pie-bald, bow-legge- d, scaly-skinne- u Second Session Begun Wednesday, January 22. for terms, &.C, d, send for Circular College. cr call at the Portland. ,.To San Francisco. tte NOET1WEST Via The pigeon toed, slimy handed thief takes a paper two or three years nnd then suddenly diecovera that he "never subscribed for it and ain't goin' to pay for it no how," the editor should secure help and take the Bcoun-drto the nearest black-jac- k and treat his worthless carcass to an application of Winsboro.Texaa paper. m . dog-toothe- d, Greatest Washer the Age, of Wishes to thank his Iricnds and neighbors for tliuir patronage anil respectfully aikt to be lu the future. Mr Crauville Haley will bo tound ready toscrto you at any time. A nice line ol Caskets, Collini, Kobt.s, Ac , to from always on hand 1,3m so-I- . fj. Try one and you will never use any other kind. M. S, J W. HaCghmax. Hockor, President; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashlxr; A. A McKinney, Asst Cashier el FARRIS & HARDIN. H. C. RUPLEY, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, JUTVERY, Farmers Bank&Trast Co FECI) & SALE black-snak- e. OF STANFORD, KY., is now fully.organired and ready for business wtta fl)Ut5VIUt ..".'--- in tt m WtWAtBAIIflCHICAtOfttTl " Only Dining Car Route From sure a family against any serious consequences from an attack of bowel comolaint dunn? the year, there are many who would feel it their duty topay it; triat they could not afford to risk their lives and those of their family for such an amount. Any one can get this insurance for 35 cents, that being the price of a bottle ol Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost every neighborhood some one has died frcm an attack of bowel complaint before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. One or two doses of this remedy will cure an ordinary case. It never fails. Can you afford to take the risk lor so small an amount 1 For sale by Craig & Hocker, Ranlurd Ky. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier, residing at Monroe, Mich., was severely afflicted with rheu matism, bur received prompt relief from pain by using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: "At times my back would ache so badly that I could hardly raise up. If I had not gotten relief, I would not be here to write these tew lines. Chamberlain's Pain Balm haa done me a great deal of good and I reel very thankful for it." For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Motheri will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy especially valuable for croup and whooping cough. It will give prompt relief, and is safe and pleasant. We have sold it for several years, and it hss never failed to give the most perfect satisfaction. G. W. Richards, Duquesne, Pa. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. If It required an annua outlay ol Si 00.0a tain- - THE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his SFBING ATD) S10MCMCDM FULL LINE OF Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. 'il' Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address BACON FKANKM. REID.i or i D. P. A, G. P. Agent, (. ) Lou! svtue Chicago. Be sure to call for MonouRoute. TOICHICAGO. ? ''Jnfi i"jrf - Buggies, Carriages and Denver. St Paul. Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKKR, Proprietor, Somerset, ft- - m. Kentucky. Pc Dar. '.RateaTWO DOLLARS tLUadeled and refurnished throughout. Lwgt ' rM Commodious Bajnpie. Koorat, Xlsctrlc Hall and oce connected by Bll. polisej service to JuwU. ibxpt.aad Full and Complete Stock of Farmingllmplements consisting of CultiBuclclln'a Arnica Salve vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrow, The best salve in the world for cuts, bruit es sores, ulcers, salt rheum, freer sores tatter, chap- beforclyou buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices t o Su ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption. Jt positively cure piles, or no repuired. It Is the Times. Call and See us. IuaranteedtogivepwUctiatfifiUoo Car-Loa- d HANK OF STANTORD, If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out Now closing upl with the sar.te assets and under 5rst-das- s turnouts will leavo our stable. See us the same management, tor rates. lnour fly provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as ully protected as aie depositors harehold BLACKSMITH SHOP. being held lndiyidu."l, laoletotheealentoithe amount of their stoci s work and satifacfry Will guarantee amount invested In such sharos. It may prices. Try our horse shoer. act aa .n,nUd,vfduaLmim,t",0r' UU,,eC' " To those who entrusted their buisiness to us THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, while rnnagln the Lincoln National Uank ol M4 r,u..Th;." --""? mVT " """"" u "ansaci tneir busineas .,ih 11' otterinKaKUranteefor prompt atten-lio- n same, our twentv rear.' Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit, Mich., can banking and a.' intent with sound banking. most favorable plans ol lusur write you all the ance. lie aiso represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouso of Louisville, Ky., and will be glad to havo a liberal share of your patronage. J. Williams, ML Vernon; Will be teady to conler all the livore that can je . rs. ananks, Stanford; given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advanceJ.S.0sIey, Stanford; ments rnadu on consignments, both in the warehouse and country, I will be at Stanford every S.J. Embry, Stanford; court day. Pai ties wanting hogsheads, priies or J. B. Owsley, Stanford; money should address me at Paint Lick, Ky, 69 6m Prompt attention guaranteed. J.F Cash, Stanford; William CoochStanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledf esille, first-clas- Paid up Capital of - . $200,000. STAIIEE, Surplus, . Stanford, - - Kentucky. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN 20,000. NATIONAI "' M. W. JOSITSOIT, r ""?' ....' 2T n eOns AX JUXVSe Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. s Guarantee lar . Prices reasonable. First-Clas- s. h. iuau,:P2..;rmD,ip'"chM' n" DtZJMi. OwsJ.y.lCaaW,, w M Bright, Teller. I Wi" j &" "" FOf or moaty B. S, CTXAHHSXr. work In every particuHaa bad ij years' eips-lenc- H IDES c. V ' Wd.s I can a-- 91 3m