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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896062301 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. -- Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY JUNE 23. 4896. NO. 33 ijV-j-s- V. I TR DIOXI. L M. I T TERS. 1 LANCASTER, n.ui-iui-coc (UIIRARD C0USTY. . Ppottaylvanla county, Va., were married last week at the homo of the bride. Advocate. J. E. Curd, of Somerset, wa married Friday to Miaa Maud li. Dolline, of May wood. The ceremony won performed by Hev. R. B. Mabony in the Carpenter Ilonae parlor. Huv. Joseph Alexander Specht, Hged 1M, of Fairfield, Va., and Miaa Ella Tur-neaed 17, of Memphis, Tenn., eloped from Richmond and were married at Georgetown, 0. Specht ia said to be a crank and there was much objection to his marriage. The first suit for breach of promise by a "colored lady" that we remember has jnat been instituted at Hopkinsville. Miss Amanda Owens thinka her alluc-tioIibvo been damaged $10,000 by N. W. KirkspHtrick's fatlure to keep hia promine to marry her, and has aued him for that amount. r, HAn iilnntmt nnnnlu trnru mitrriP(I 111 l.etchur county after liavinK riddeu 120 niilea on lioreoliHck, Samuel Stonernan, oMIillaboro, N. 0., celebrated his 10th blithday by running; oil" with bla neighbor'H wife, who is just three time na old as he ia . Prof. Jamea 0. Dolly of HoReett Academy, and Miaa Mnry Turnly, of ns cuuncir chimes. Uro. Joe Hopper ia holding a big re- vival at Owenaboro. Rev. S. M. Logan preached at Wal- nut holding a meeting in the HopkiiiHf Hie tabernacle. Rev. Ueorge O. Harnes and Miss Mrie are holding forth at Hampton Hall, Walnut street, IxMiisville. Rev. Dixie WillianiH, the Prenbyter-ievangeliat, cut a back driver at Rowling Green, Mo , the other day ao revere ly be can not live Tub Methodists of the WMnut Flat neighborhood are making preparations for holding a camp meeting near or at that place before long. One of the moat auccssful revivals ever hold in Hovlo county, closed Sunday night at McDonald church. It was conducted by Rev. N. Cooley, a MethoThere were dist minister of Stanford. between OOaud 70 conversions. Advocate. The general association of Raptista of Kentucky mot Saturday at Rowling Green. Rev. J. M. Coleman was reelected Moderator A resolution asking the Appletona to expunge from a recently published encyclopedia the statu, ments of Dr. Whitaitt concerning was adopted by a majority of l'J votes, bnt was afterward reconsidered Dr. Whitaitt defended and withdrawn himself vigorously and pronounced an instance cited by Dr. Eaton against him as a "pious fraud." Rev. Sam Small Ih bap-Ham Fat Suudny night. I McKixxi:r. The colored people had a picnic here last Saturday, which was quito a grand event. It was held in Mr. K. L. Tanner's grove and wm largely attended. The party at the home of Miss Anna Dayton on laat Saturday night wan quite an enjoyable alUlr. A few of those present were- Misson Mamie Gill, Lexinge ton, Florence Tanner, Eva Cooper, Flenner, Mnry Routon, Nitra Carson, Margie Moore, MrssrH. Cosby Greun?, Junction City, El Sibohl, Danville, J. L. Hoztey, Charlie Green, Charlie Carson, Stanford, Eugeiie and Arthur Cnrponter. Roy Roee, Owen Williams. Hnstouville, J. U Williams, James North and Mbc Williams. Will Owens and little Mater, Lina Mtgnon, of Junction City, are vMtini: their nister, Mrs. Ed Tanner. Mr. Tom Doddss a brother of W. T. Doddp, of Huh place, is hero. now. Mies Mamie Gill, of Lexington, is the guest of the Misses Tanner. Miss Maggie Tabler left Saturday for High Bridge, where Bho will visit her aunt, Mrs. Allau Winecott. Miss Claudia Tomlinson, of Yoaomite, was visiting friends hero Saturday and Sunday. MIbs Ida Murlov, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. James Robinson, returned to her home in Tennessee yesterday. Miss Lucy Coffey, of Turneraville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hughee, this place. Miaa Emma Moore has been quite sick for a few days. Miss Lena Rarnott, who has been visiting relatives hero, returned home Friday. Mrs. Shannon who has been visiting at Junction City, returned homo last week. Mits Mattiu Kennedy, who has been in Lexiugton for several months, returned heme last Sunday, bringiug her cousin, MIsb Florida Sallee, with her. - Res-Bi- y, Lexington, Kentucky Chautauqua, 30 to July 10. Most brilliant proJune gramme of all the years. Low rates from all points in Kentucky to Lexington via the Queen & Crescent Route. Ten persons were killed outright and nine eeriously injured by the explosion of a boiler on the steam yacht Titus Bheard in Erie canal at Little Falls, N. Y, Canton continues to bo overrun with people flocking about the republican nominee for the presidency. Theie wore 21 car loads of callers from Weat Virginia. .... .. iiupd ti10 pniptt "t the (JhriNlUn church Sunday morn- - a bunch of ewes at $2. John Anderson bought of various Mr. E H.Scott sold 00 acres of land parties a lot of hogs at 2c. near Flat Woods to Mr. C. Uoain or Beet cattle Bre selliug in Cincinnati SSIO at I 10. hogs at 3 3.3 and lambs at Oc. Miss Mary Gill entertained at her -- Some PumpKius, is the name of a pretty home in ,honor of friends last trotting maroat BulUH Driving Park. week. Buck Masaie, the favorite, won tlo Rev. T. H. Campbell preached in Moerlein Handicap at Oakley. Laki was Huston rille Sunday morning and evesecond. ning. J. M. Carter sold to John O. John-soA horse belonging to Will R.Cook of Doyle, a bunch of ran oir Thursday evening and completecattle at 2Jc. ly demolished his vehicle. Tho green pscer, Live 0k, trial 2:15 A new enterprise sprung up in Lanwas sold at Lexington to W. N Rabb, of caster Saturday, when the Racket Store Doston, for $ SOO. wbh opened out by Mr. Samuel Evans. D. W. Vandeveer'a filly, Miss Emma, The residence being erected by Mrs. ran second in a race at Oakley last week. Belle Scott at Rryantsvillo will be one She will start again of the prettiest and most modern in that L. A G.Straus, of Lexington, last neighborhood. week sold to Mexican parties nine thorJames A. McCarley shipped 200 oughbred yearlings for J3.500. lambs to Cincinnati, paying 3J to 4c. The Summer meet of the Latonia J. W. Miller bought 13 100 lb. shoats of race course opens Thursday, when the Wesley Sutton at 2Jc. big f 11,000 Derby will bo run. Miss Frankye Doty entertained FriLouis Walz bought of W. M. Bright day evening. Refreshments were pretsome butcher stuli'at 21 and of E. Sum-mtily served, th tal les being arranged in a lot of Btttue at same price. the form of the letter T. Baron Wilkes is making tho biggest Thieves broke into the residence of season of any " horse in the Mr. John Hall, but before they secured stud He has 74 mares booked to him. anything their attempt was thwarted Pence it Bibb bought of John W, ami they got away empty handed. Spires 22 ewes and 11 lamba for 10, and -- Mips Virgie Worrell, of Flat Woods, of John Rued a bunch of yearlings at 2c a teacher of much experience and huc-cThirty-on- e short horns sold at Paris has been employed to teach the at an average of 530. 1". The highest public school of the Union district. price bull, 0th Rose of Geneva, brought Miss Eugenia Htuby, of Williams- to0 and a cow JlK). burg, is reported dangerously ill of menMaceo, Byron McClelland's crack ingitis at Mrs. Dr. Rush's. Mrs. J. W. won thu Diamond atakea at West, of Point Leavell, ban had a re- Oakley Saturday, worth $3,000. Roai- lapse and iH much worse. Mrs. Eliza ininti was second and El Toro third. Lusk is slrk. I am standing a good bull at J2, if Mrs. Will Pettua, of tills county, re- not paid at two months-olthe calf is to cently recovered a long lost treasured be mine. I have for pale a gem. Six jeara ago she lost abreast pin buggy mare, Joe. Ballon. t of unique design, which was found the W. T Robinson sold a d of other day in plowing and It was in a cattle at Cincinnati Saturgood Plate of preservation. day that netted him 31 at home and a The sermon Sunday morning by car load of hogs that netted him 2 at Rev. W. P. Nelson, tho gifted young home. Harrodsburg Democrat. preacher of thu Presbyterian church, on Lyon it Allen bought of J. F. Cover "Follow Me," was pronounced a most and A. I). Root 53 hogs at 2Jc and a lot learned discourse, llo also preached of butcher stud of Emmett McCormack thv Union sermon Sundav night at that at2c. They took ill) yesterday a lot of church. Iambs thoy engaged some time ago nt Ic. Many hearts of wives and sweetByron McClelland's Prince Lief won hearts were made happy Sunday niuht the National Darby at St. Louis Saturwhen the members of tho Lancaster! day. M. F. Dwyer's pair, Ben BriiBh Concert Rand returned home. The and Ben Filer, were second and third. young mon report a most delightful out-in- n Time 2.31, which was a . second faster in Louisville and Frankfort. They than the track record. have another pleasure trip in contemHorudon & Walker sold Tuesday to plation. Simon Welch 111 head of export cattle, Farmers report the corn crop the averaging 1,512 pounds, at 3.S5. These oxception to the crops damaged by tho were the first export cattle bought here drouth and it is looking well. The to- this season and were shipped Tuesday to bacco is better than at first reported, the Jersey City. Richmond Register. stand being excellent, except in low B. W. Ford, of Richmond, Va., who lands, where plants have been drowned owned a stock farm in Fayette county, from overflow. The oats crop is a mark-e- d has assigned. Ho has 70 trotters headed failure. by Travillian 2:0S. Hia indebtedness is Tho Grecian entertainment Thurs- - not over 20.0tX) and the assignee says he day evening will bo very enjoyable. Miss will be able to pay every cent of it. Glascock will give one of her choicest Following are the rccorda for trotters readings, "Fraucsco." In tho rolo the in dilleront countries: United States, gifled elocutionist appears at her best. 2:03, Alix: Australia, 2 111 5, by Fritz; She has already won much admiration Austria, 2:15lM0, by Stopllord; Russia, by her great attractiveness. Go and hear 2:15, by Milyi on a track, Italy, her and bo charmed. Miss Mary Holmes 2.17 2 5, by Valkyr; France, 2:20, by Kepi; Lusk will also recite. England, 2:2 U, by Rowley; NorwByf E'dorC. K. Marshall, of Harrods- 2:112-5- , by All. burg, was with Iincastor friends. Misses Forest Brooks, bought 10 700-lEliz-- Anderson and Talley Orand, of heifers at 2.C0 aud 17 . heifers at Waco, Texan, will arrive Monday on a 2J. O. C. Clark bought 15 . steers proiracted visit to relatives here. Joe at 2J. Tho now crop of wheat is being Francis, Jr., of Richmond, ia on a visit soul in tho Paris markot for eta per to ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Francis. bushel, and new crop oataat 22 cla per Mrs. Jamea Pierce, of Natchen, Miss., ia bushel; now bluegraa seed ia quoted at visiting her brother, Mr. Joshua Kempcts- old bluegrasa seed ia quoted at 05 er, and family. S. W. Joseph, of Cincin- cts. News, nati, paid his brother, Mr. Jake Joseph and family a vis.t last week, Misa LizDuring a heavy thunder storm Howzie Brown, of Lexington, ia visiting her ard Taylor, a Negro boy, living near grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Beazley. Becknerville, Clark county, was struck Mrs. Sua m Price is the guest of her eon, by lightning and killed. He and his W. O. Price, and famiy of Danville. Mrs. brother wore carrying a dinner baBket Mary LoveU.ce, of LaFayntte, Ind., and to their father in tho field. When struck Mr Georgo Walden, of Danville, are by tho bolt Taylor was about six feet in of their brother, Elder Jesse Walfront of his brother, who was uninjured. den, and family. Misa Suo Layton, of A Richmond, Va., dispatch says the Cincinnati, is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Coast Export and Commission Co. ut J. M. Hiatt. Elder J. L. Allen, of Dan- Greensboro, which employs a large ville, was with friends bore last week. number of hands, paid them all oil iu John Johnston is at home from Louis Mexican money, giving them 2 for f 1 ville, whoro ho baa beuu at school. Mr, due. This was done, the ollicials of tho John Brewer, of Lebanon, was mingling company say, to show the employes how with friends hero soveral days last week free silver would allect the country. Rev. Luclon D. Noel left Saturday for Lorenzo Dow McKinney'a funeral Mt. Carmel, Ind. Misses Sallio and E.la waa preached Bt Portsmouth, O., SunHiggtnbotham, of Lexington, are visit- day. The old man was there in flesh ing Mrs. Win. Curroy. aud enjoyed it hugely. He is SO years old and has said for tho past 10 years Low rates will bo made for round trip tickets via tho Queon & Orescent Route that it he attained that age he intended to have his fuuerel sermon preached, for the following occasions: In a beef dressing contest at LexingBoston, Mass., International Sunday ton ono mac had the halves of his beef School Convention, Juno2027. Brooklyn, N. Y., American Wiiist swinging from the gamble sticks in 5 minutes and IS seconds, after he bad League, June Cleveland, O., Nobles Mystic Shrine, knocked the animal in the head, and the other finished iu 0 minutes and 1 secJuue PlatUburg, '. Y., Catholic Summer ond. The plot ou the northeastern corner School, July 5 to Sept. 1. of Broadway and Wall street, occupied Detroit, Mich., Ancient Order Hiberby the United Bank building, is worth nians, July 1851 it was bought for B. Y. P. U. Meeting, $2,000,000. In Milwaukee, Wis., T. tti.i.. .nion ... IARMAXD TRADE ITEMS. jolin U. FoBtersold to E. P. WoodB .... WM. HARRIS MILLER. - ::pxcvCCvCv - u, d to-da- y. o "high-priced- ii. The trial of a case being in progrPBS the meeting of the Stanford bar called for Saturday afternoon waa adjourned to yesterday, when Judge M. O. Saufley, J. W. Alcorn, Eq , and Col. W. G. Welch, heretofore appointed a committee on resolutions, presented the following report: William Harris Miller, a native and resident of Lincoln county, and n member of its bar from early manhood, spanning a period of a fourth of a century, died after a brief illness at his home in Stanford, Ky , on tho 21st day of April 1890. An active aud honorable career was thus closed when it had but touched upon its full meridian. His associate and friends, the members of tho bar, in taking this formal notice of Mr. Miller's death, desire not on ly to express their personal sorrow, but to place on record their high sense of Ids worth ss a man aud of his standing as a lawyer, The man was generous to a fault, hospitable and the attorney was fond of his profession, jeal oua of its honor, capable, faithful iu any extremity to hia clients and always tone cious, forcible and zealous in tho asser tion and protection of their interests. His clients became and remained his friends lue subject ol these resolutions was upon tnreo occasions tho servant of the public, having held tho offices of circuit court clerk, of attorney for the county of Lincoln, and of delegate for the same county to the constitutional convention public-spirited; xpi Xv1v:x M Violet Talcum and Violet Water. Ladies arc delighted with these refreshing toilet requisites. For a Toilet or IJaijy Powder nothing surpasses the Try it. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by 'XI Violet Talcum. Our Violet Toilet Water produces a delightful bath. W. B. McROBERTS, !: Stanford, Ky. Opp. o:'::oyc::c:'::otk:o;:oco::':::cC'::o'J.,i' Court-Hou- se, an Experienced Pharmacist. j IS! S U OO B S S ! sa VfU . Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods Lower Than Anybody. Ml My Stock Musi Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want m m m m GOODS CHEAPER THA2T You bought them before, now is your time. i - 4' V EVER " .A .. -- .... of 1S91. - .-.".' ZZZ J ., -- . .. V .1. :v v -- y.-.ri JAMES FRYE, Hustonvllle. ss . s.AA5y A "...A . .- - JV d, first-clps- s car-loa- 1.200-poun- d In each ot these positions he acquitted himself with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of tho people, and ilia played the same high and manly qualities which illustrated and distinguished hia entire professional and private life. To the end that this memorial be perpetuated, it is respectfully asked that it be spread ut large upon the order book o the circuit court for Lincoln county. It was moved and seconded that tho foregoing resolutions be adopted, spread at large on tho records of this court, published in the Stanford papers, aud that a copy bo furnished tho family of the deceased. All of said motions carried. After remarks by Mr. J. W. Alcorn and Col. T. P. Hill, tho meeting adjourned. T. P. Hill, Ghmn. J. B. pAxro.f, Sec'y. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Mra. Wm, VanPelt, a relative of J. R. Warren, of this place died a. Lexington, aged 70. Win. Paul is in jail at Versailles charged with incest, his daughter claiming that he forced her to submit to hit Mrs. CRAIG & HOCKER, - J $ DEALERS IN - J 3rugs, c GhsrrvLccvls, 0-ll- s, Pa-Lni- s, J jf- - Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. t It Jf "fc Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. J " AH warn Well-Selected ALE I be present two-mil- e b. i 000-lb- 500-lb- 0'-- M 3-- " - lecherous demands. An effort was made to burglarize W. H. Wilkerson's store at Liberty, but that gentleman's shot gun was brought into use and tho rascals were scared away. Tribune. E. H.Ballard, who married a sister of the lato Col. A. M. Swope, and was recently adjudged of unsound mind, attempted to drown himself Friday, but waa rescued. The Lancaster Record is moved to remark; Tho Congressional race in this district bida fair to become Quite interesting. There are factions and dissensions in both parties. It is not likely that either will be able to present an unbroken column. Hence the result is in doubt, if these differences can not be amicably adjusted. Tho currency question will make inroads on both parties, and tho Davison and Smith factions and bolts will require nice work to effect organization in the republican ranks. The political fences have been worsted by these cyclones, and the lieutenants had better have them repaired before the November winda begin to blow. CRAB ORCHARD. Dr. Jamea W. Grant will be in Crab Orchard tomorrow to practice his pro" fession. Walling is also to Btretch homp. The on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY on the Special S.lc Djv bv.gm:. .i of each week, JUNE 23 and continuing until further notice. Come early and avaiJ the rush. THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Children's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts from A to EE. We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND lines for men and boys. A Clean and kook OutforOur Centre Tabid Which will be ladencd with the Rarest Bargains from clay to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. first-cla- ss We are yours for goods at iow prices! and Canned Goods. CHARLES WHEELER June iS,96. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. vie-ito- rs jury found him guilty and fixed his punishment at death. The testimony showed that he knew Scott Jackson's purposes in bringing Pearl Bryan to Cincinnati ever since January 1. One of theso purposes waa to produce an abortion, another waa to poiBon her and leave her in n room, another waa to give her cocaine, paralyze her vocal organs and cut her head off and hide it. Tho Supreme Lodge of the K. of H, has adopted the Riggs amendment to the plan of insurance. It is n radical change from the present syatom, and provides a etep rate each year and but ono assessment per month. An amendment was also adopted that the beneficiaries of suicides would only get what had boeu paid in, unless the suicide was temporarily insane at the time of committing the deed. "Skinney" Hite, the confessed murderer of V. A. Sneed, at Memphis, when arraigned in court withdrew his confession. "I waa drunk," said he, "when I confessed, and all I told was a lie." Prof. Jack Turner, of Bell county, $92,500. aged 80, and the father of 40 children, July J. W. Grimes, of Chicago, who has just married Miss Nellie VanBibber, Tom Halter, a Peru, Ind., Negro, ate weighs 480 pounds and is 6 J feet tall, is 14 years old. She makes bis sixth ven15 boxes of sardines on a wager. an expert bicyclist. ture. 22-27. 23-2- 4. 14-2- 1. 10-1- 9. Get a Hump ONT THEMSELVES. -- ""v q UW.H4l U li With a tale of the Great Stock and Display that we have. With the Extreme Low Prices and a ON THE 8-&ff EntireClothingStock fiats, tyoes Qoods, Lower Than Were Ever Sold Before. Now is your time to ad Funpisfyig buy. THE GLOBE. J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, Danville, Ky.-- nrw . .linn. iM1uiii-j;aMgiMiMiigttt.ntg',- ; sk: ftMi-WEFKL- Y Interior JouRfE Ky., - Stafford, June 23, 1S96 W. P. WALTON. McKinley may be a good, honest plodding kind of politician, but in point of nbilitvheis not up to the average of the statesmen who should occupy the exalted position of president of this In fact, to judge him by bis speeches and other performances, he is an exceedingly mediocre man, who owes his advancement to chance and the fact that certain men and classes know that they can use him. The Courier-Journfitly describes him when it says he is "the most stolid of trimmers, the most pliable of invertebrates, the most vacuous of incapables. And ilobart! Whoever heard of till a week or two ago ? Old Senator Beck's inquiry when President d appointed Buck minister to Peru is peculiarly fit in this case, 'Who the h lis Buck?" The country is inquiring, "Who the h- -1 is Hobart?" And nobody can tell. It is a weak ticket, both at the head and tail, and if the democratic party can rise to the importance of the occasion and tho demands of the country, it can and will be beaten. al Ho-b- art Glev-lan- The Mason and Foard Co., the abuse of which has boosted many n short horse politician, who eoaght preferment by that ignoblo method, has been vindicated. Several years ago the State was induced to sue it for 590,000 and ovor. After a long drawn-ou- t trial before Judge Cantrill at Frankfort, a judgment of $14,-00- 0 was found against tue company. An appeal was taken and Friday our higher nominated by more vote, tho ballot standing: McKinley GGlJ, Reed S4J, Morton 6S, QaayOlJ, Allison 35J, Cameron 1. For vice president, Hobart got 553J votes to H. Clay Evans' 227. Tne rest scattered. Garrett A. Hobart, of Patterson, N. J., the republican nominee for vice president, was born in IS 11 and graduated at Kuttger's College when 20 years of age. He was admitted to the bar in 1S71 and several terms in the Legislature, holding for one term the presidency of the Senate. He was the republican nom, inee for United States Senator in when John H. MacPhcrson, democrat, was elected and was New Jersey's member of the National committee. He is connected with several railroads and director in numerous banks. Hobart is practically unknown to the country, has no especial qualifications and but little claim for his advancement, except that New Jersey is a democratic State and it is hoped by this means to swing ber into the republican column, by State pride and a liberal frying of the fat out of the wealthy nominee. Expediency and the "stuff" are what made the political gamesters bring Hobart to the front. The Kentucky delegation got into the McKinlev baud wacon in the niche of time, casting the entire vote for him, but divided on the vice presidency, giving Hobart 17 and Evans eiitht. Kentucky wont have much hand in the pie, McKinley two-tbir- was Lt.-Go- v. than a Wohtiungton mado the most candidacy. ds of his chance while Gov. Bradley was gone. During tdo four days he acted as governor he pardoned four murderers who were serving life sentences amt three men who bad boon convicted of carrying concealed deadly weapons. It is tho evident intention of the governor and his man Friday to keep the number of convicta down to tho minimum. d Fibk Alaum Foiukkr's speech McKinley wbs unworthy of a man noting of his position. It was made up entirely of abuse of the democratic party, and was far below tho average of nominating speeches in a great convention, toraker evidently hates the democratic party more than ho loves McKinley. nomi-serve- 1SS-1- POLITICAL POINTS. Tho Arkansas State democratic convention indorsed Bland for president. Mark Uauna was chosen chairman of the republican National committee. The platform was adopted by the St. LouIb convention by a vote of S12J to 110J. Tho Arkausas to 32 democrats instructed of 420 fnr ninnd for nresident bv a vote f i court handed down an opinion, that the company not only did not owe the State a cent, but on the contrary, the State owed it 111,000. We have all along Bsid that the men composing the company are honorable gentlemen, who would scorn to stoop to a mean act and have on various occasions told its traducers that they were abusing pool. their betters. We know the gentleEDITOR 8AM J ROI18BT8, OK THE LEADEH. "Make your calling anil election Co., man composing the Mason-Foar- d sure" was the text of the sermon to which and know whereof we speak when we if McKinley is elected, but what there is Maj. McKinley listened at tho First M. say that the characters of the Virginia contingent, as well as the others, are will be cut and divided by the handsome E. church at Canton, O., Sunday. Ho j editor of the Lexington Leader, who has has done the first, but he can't do the above reproach. fought for his favorite in season and out, latter. Below are the names of other papers, even to the point of incurring the ire of Florida is the only State South of the which have kindly reproduced our re- the junto at Frankfort. Maeon and Dixon's line that will not quest that attention be called to the fact The rural roosters and their city cous- have a free silver dolecation at the Chi that the board of trustees of the New ins are expecting a big time at Georg- cago convention, the more's tho pity. By Stote Reformatory is ready to receive etown where Col. John A, a vote of 171 to 175 the free Bilver men through Secretary W. P. Walton, Stan- UhII and his able aseistantfl have arraug-e- d wero beaten. ford, propositions for sites or other donato entertain them most delightfully. Chairman Harrity, of the democratic tions from cities or individuals desiring For various and Btindry reasons, not the National committee, thinks tho Toller to secure the location of the institutions: least of which ie b plethort of hoi's, we bolt should give no encouragement to Midway Clipper. can only bo with the boys in spirit o the free silver element of tho democratic Owenton Herald. enjoy the hospitality of the Belle of tbe purty, aH the bolters will not do anyStanford Commercial. The program includes pa- thing to help the democracy if they can Cincinnati Commercial-Tribunpers to bo read by a ecore of editors, a avoid it. Carlisle Mercury. hop and banquet, and then according to Tho friends of H. Clay Evans say Secretery Loving W. Gaines, Paris Republican. ho would have been nominated at St. Richmond Register. The editors, after adjournment at Louis for vice president if IlBiina had Georgetown, will take a special train at not ueed bin influence in opposition. It Manufacturers' Record, Baltimore. Richmond Pantngraph. Louisville, furnished by the L. .: N., in- is now considered cortain that Evans Harrodsburg Democrat. cluding Pullmans and diners, going via will he tho republican nominee for govLancaster Record. Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta aud ernor of Tennesse. e soseion of the to Brunswick, Ga , thence by After an The Nieholosville Democrat speaks of steamers a ride of -- o in ilea down Tenth district Congreceional couvention Candidate Davison as a '.'bucking Billy the ocean to historic Cumberland Island. at Heattyville, Hon.T. Y. Fitzpatrick, of goat." Isn't the editor mistaken in the No Keutuoky editor who wants the trip Floyd county, was nominated for Congender ? Down hero we regard the bo?s of lua life an afford to niiea thia outing- gress by tho democrats. Ho iB for a? a very mi!d sort of a "Nannie goat." (silver and only went iuto the convention Tho eauie papir fcava the republicans Mb. Whitney says he ie not a preai- - with 15J votes while Judge Beckner had nuu are only lor mm dential possibility-wo- uld not run if 311. tbe Bradley men rull him through they nominatod Hn(I wo(1 not serve it eBCt. So far there have been 030 delegates will do it without the assistance of the oil, but he believes it to be the duty of selected to the National democratic con "original McKinley" men. One repub- every democrat to join in the etlott to vention. Of them 381 are claimed for lican in Nicholasville ollered to wager secure a sound money platform and for silver and 2 IK for gold. It is expected $100 that John Thompson would be tho that resason ho gave up his trip to thbt tho States still to act will Mini 102 next Congressman from this district. He pya the maintenance of the silver and 100 uold delegates. The silver double standard is not a question of de- men claim seven votes in Mint e iota Hnd Aii L'njfttt Jmlg. Democracy has a glorious opportunity sire, but of ability, and chIIh attention to four in Maryland, and deducting these Pormltet Judgi ilrKay cf Hurprr now to redeem itself and the country, by tho attitude of European powers, which from tho gold column, tho convention oouiity, lk.n., show? himvlf a true bethrowing aeide the free silver folly, adopt is becoming more favorablo to an inter- will stand 311 gold to 5S7 silver. liever in his iwirty'rt principles of repudimoney platform national bimetallic agreement, and adstraight-ou- t sound ing a Senator DuBois, when asked what ation and debt eviiaion by hi wlviro to and nominating a man iu full accord with visee against an attempt by tho United ho thought of tne currency plank of the tho ooplo of his htnte. He is reiKiited it. McKinley's record shows that he is a States to maintain a double standard platfoim eaid with a snarl: "Well, uh saying in a published Matvuunt: free eilverito and but for his o'erweaning He and Hill and Gorman what could you expect of thia conven- "Tho wuy to Kt rid of thiKoUxjiiilxiiida is to quit paying taxes. If lands are not desire to be pr.esident.be would not accept aud other big guna will be at Chicago was bought by Wall strett; Bold, the title h will remain an tiny are the nomination on a gold platform. Un- aud if the free silverites win, they wi.l tion? It there wan never any doubt about that. It now. Then, when tho debt againt the like Patrick Henry ho had a great deal kuow it. was opened by a Jew and his name was muntioM and municijmlitiea are outlawrather be president than right. Hoiks leads in tho instructions fur Sale." The Senator rubbed his chin a ed, wo can ixgin paying taxes again. " This is a htruightout declaration for moment or two longer and added: "That Our old friend, the Little Red Hog, president, but he is a long ways from is all I have to say, my friend." anarchy and confiscation. It tlio teachalias R. L. Ewell, is announced as a can- base, having only IKS votes. Russell ings of this unjust representative of law The delegates so far selected to tho and order wero generally adopted, civididate for circuit judge in the London comes next with 79, Patte'aon with 01, shows lized society would bo impaviiblo and district. If he doesn't run any better Bland with 52 and our own Joe Black- democratic National convention to think of it, that's 321 for silver to 2 19 for gol.l. Tho Ohio men would return to luwlewie. Withthan when he thought he was running burn with 20. Coma today and the out t.'ixeti governmoiUfl could not exist, against Gov. McCreary for Congress, his enough for Joe, if in fact it is not 2G too convention will bo held New York and Indiania conventions to- and unless men worn willing to pay many. opponents need loee no sleep on his acmorrow. California, Georgia, Illinois, their just debts trudo and industry would count. The Little Red Hog is a beautyi Tiittfreo silverite bolt from the NaWest Virginia como to a standstill. but bis legs are too short for Maud S, tional republican convention, while quite North Carolina, Tbxrp, act. All these Yet Judge McKay's doctrino of wholo-palWisconsin are also yet to Bpeed. repudiation is only tho logical redramatically done, will not amount to except New York, with its 72 delegates, sult of Populist cheap money doctrines. 23 of them There is said to be a movement on anything. There were only likely to declare for free silver. f of tho If it is right to couflscato a body are foot to remove republican elector N. D. and they were hardly missed in Teller is not seeking the property of creditors by enabling debtors Senator of over 1)00. It was a silly performance Miles, of Jessamine. His republicannomination at Chicago and 6ays he does to pay their obligations in 50 cent dolperlars, why would it not bo equally right ism is of a doubtful variety, besides he and it will hurt nothing but the not consider it possible that he should to repudiato tho dcbt.s altogether? I)och has made himself very obnoxious to the formers. be nominated by the democrats. Ho says stealing honewt on a CO ier cent men by talking too The sound money men are preparing tnat if Bland iB nominated by the demo baaia? If buomo tho government cau jutlypa.vi his mouth. The breach in to make a great fignt in the Chicago conmuch with crats ho will support him and that all a i'reo coinago law which would wij.o the g. o. p. ia wide and widening. vention. All the able advocates will be the silver republicans of tho mining and out f of all tho debts now owing, there, but alas we fear it is too lato. Tho Pacific States will do the same. That iu why would it not bo rw fair to wipe out j McKinley, the trimmer aud straddler or uio wnoio free bilvor tortoise seemB to have won the one story. Another is that the bolting on a gold platform, is in greater degree race, while the sound money hare was silver republicans and populists have amount? And if creditors niny Io robbed absurd as the folly of Kentucky demoof their honestly acquired property, why sleeping. como to terms and agreed upon a ticket should not crats in naming Hardin, a free silveritei tho farmers' lands or tho its on a sound money platform. Hardin It is hard lo tell whicti is the best, Yer-ke- with Teller at be head. to say that Maj. workingmen's cottages lxi taken for tho idle It would benefit of tho landless and homeless? unspoken nominating speech or the was ingloriously beaten. McKinley deMcKinley is a brilliant man. He is neiTho only cufo principle on which to one Bradley didn't make. Tho Negro serves to be. ther brilliant nor magnetic. He is not baso nil lrgUlatiou is tho abdute securSmith is the only man in the Kentucky The Owenton Herald was four years delegation, who seemB to have been able a great orator. Ho lias respectable abil- ity of property rights. To what conclusions old Thursday and under the manage- to make himelf heard. ities that would not have advanced him may a scheme for partial repudiation lead is shown by. tho advico of a ment of Editor B. J. Newlon grows betfellows wero it not that ho beyond his Populist judge, Aro tho Americau jeo-pl- o perJohn D. Carroll, tho free silverite has como to be looked upon as the ter with each iBaue. Its arrival at this ready to swallow tho financial theoffice is always hailed with delight by the brother of Hon. A. J. Carroll, has sonification of an idea. Therein lies the ories of a party which openly advocates nounced for Congress in the 7th man with the shears. possibility of a certain danger from hla reimdiatiou uud disbnuostr? five-stor- Tho Indiana silverites are preparing to run rough shod over tho Bound money men, just like tho Kentucky fellows did. Tho democratic State central committee has been called to meet at Lexington, Tuesday, for tho purpose of reorganization. Mark Hanna is a much bigger man than McKinley. If the latter is elected Hanna will be the ruling spirit of the administration. McKinley will be formally notified of his nomination Monday, June 29. Hobart will receive tho formal nwa of his nomination(on Monday, July 0. -- Chairman U. A. Sommers has called a meeting of the State democratic committee for Thursday next at 2 oclock p. m. at thekWillard Hotel, Louisville. It is Baid that Mr. Hanna $500,000 in tho work of presidential making and that ho stands ready to put $1,500,000 more into the That Idea may bo pushed too far, much farther than conservative republicans desire. Chicago Journal, Rep. The democratic party is face to face with a great opportunity. Tho redeeming act of the St. Louis convention was tho adoption of a financial plank which is tho complete .vindication of Cleveland's whole financial policy. Clove-lan- d has forced tbe republican party onto a single gold standard platform. Now-le- t tho democratic party follow its great leader to that impregnable position. It will then stand before tho people of tho country on a far better plBtform than it is possible for tho republicans to occupy. Ionisvillo Post. This is tho way Senator Cannon clos od his speech, after which he .ind tho other silverites withdrew from tho convention: Accepting the fiat of this convention as tho present purpose of tho party, wo withdraw from this convention to return to our constituents tho authority with which they have invested m". believing that we have better discharged their trust by th.'s action which restore to them authority unsullied than by giving cowardly and insincere indorsement to tho greatest wrong ever willfully attempted within tho republican partyonce redeemer of the people, but now about to become their oppressor, unless providentially restrained by the votes of free men. bjggaaftfciaagSES GREAT HARVEST The Greatest Harvest of Bargains for our Customers, Friends and the Public generally can now be had at M The Louisviffe Store. The reputation of our business, its most valuable possessions and its low pi ices, is your guarantee of square dealing. Shrewd buyers can compare the styles for style and the quality for quality and find the Louisville Store's prices on a general average from 25 to 50 per cent lower than elsewhere. Another week of bargains. m 3Jjc for Calico. 5c for Domestic Goods. Toweling. for Outing Cloth. liar. f.'. I. 4jC I fk Mom: y i:rs xotjss. j I Blue-Gras- s. e, Mp-c- on baud-som- all-nig- ht - naii-neaneu- ; En-rop- e. The private estates of the Czar cover 1,000,000 square miles. Tom Shannon, a Lexington Negro, has eight living wives, it is claimed. It is now estimated that 10,000 people wero drowned by the tidal wave on the island otl Japan. Thomas Helm, of Sandusky, O., fell from the roof of a building and escaped unhurt. Judge Reeves Iihh decided that the local option law in Franklin id invalid and the advocates are red ho'.. Arthur Gauden whs convicted at Lagrange of wife murder and given a sen-- 1 t nice of IS years' imprisonment. It haa been ascertained that 241 peo-pl- o lost their lives by the sinking of the British steamer Drummond Castle. Wm. Shod'er, of St. Paul, shot at his wife and killed his sou, then locked himself up and blew out bin own bruins. George W. Dumgartner, an old man, sentenced to prison for laiceny, committed suicide in jail at Jamestown. Tho Indiana supreme court has decided the Nicbo'Hon saloon law constitutional. It virtually gives local option. The movninunt of water ineloi northward has begun. Lot g trains over t.jo Southern rwes daily loaded with them Elmer Wills, a young niRn residing near Lebanon, Ind.. committed stiicii'o be&uirio his uncle would not buy him a bicycle. A Iktftvht, O , man swallowed Lie fatae teeth and it was necesaary to perform an operation to rumors tbem from his stonmch. Sixty yeara ic Saturday CJbmui Vic torir: ascended the English throve. The anniversary was appropriately cominm-oratein Londoj, Thomas McKnlht, of Falrrisw.III , who is only 3S, wm married for tbe sixth time tat week. Ilia first wife deserted hint aad the other four died. The court of appeVs reremed the judgment of f 14,000 aainot tlm Maaou A Foard Company and decided that the State owes the company $1 1,000. The Senate bond investigation committer haa sustained Secretary Carlisle M.7U0 000 of 'he in hi refusal to deli last bond issue to Wiliiatn Graves. y v.-- r n for Hope Cotton. 6'4cfor Green Ticket Lonsdale. ioc for Persian Lawn per yard. India Linen from 5 to 25c per yard. All wool serge, 36 inches wide, in black and colors, 25c. All wool ncvelty goods only ..Sc per yard. An elegant all wool Henrietta, 46 in wide, only 60c. Ladies' fancy hose, 2 pr for 15c, worth double the money. A full line of hose from 5 to 50c pr. Onr line of Shoes is the largest and cheapest in town. An extra good work shoe for tjSc, worth Si.so.Ladics' Dongola .Shoes, in all styles and shapes, fSc, worth Si. 50. Ladies' Oxfords at 50, 75c, i, worth double the money. Our men's fine tan razor toe shoe at $2, can't be bought for less than S3. 75 any where. Don't fail to look at our line of Lace Curtains Scrim, Crash, Lace Sets, Pillow Shams and a full line notions at prices startlingly low. Our Clothiug Department has every available space occupied by seasonable goods for men and boys. Children's suits 75c, worth Si. 50; $2 suits now Si. Youth's suits, 13 to iS years, S2.50 to $7, worth S5 to S2. Men's suits S2.50 to S15. 10 do men's Cottonade Pants, all sizes, 45c, worth 75c. 6jc 5c for Crinoline. 5c for Mosquito I fe; w Irk I I d K. A fi fe ? &. & foil K. r.l. LOUISVILLE STORE. v., MVV?:W' -- A. URHANSKY T. 1). RANLY, Manager. & CO., Proprietors, ?..?.Ww-- TOVESII AT- AT YOUR PRICE. Cooking, Heating, Gasoline, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at 'less than actual cost. W. H. WEAKEN & For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in CO, CLIPPERS and SHOES While for Men .ind Hoys we have Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. We hftVO tlio Narrowest To.' Made on Century. Lasts. H. J. BlaROBERTS. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky, single-- handed. i We do not propose directly to make you a present, but if you need anything in our line, you can save enough money by dcaliiu; with us to make yourself a nice present. Come and see the many things we arc offering o TAT COST.-- a one-hal- W. P. TATE, Stan-ford- . Smith-McKinle- y I one-hal- UNDERTAKING -- iwo-iiiiru.- s, inrce-quaricT- S BY n' sJL, tO KTCTiARir, Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmor And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Hous- e Room - 'L 3agsMnwuBaw . Semi-Week- ly , Evkry kind of sueponder m6n can Mr- and Mrs. W. 0. Shanks and Miss The elocutionarv content nt WAltnn'nt Opera House Friday night, given by Anno Shanks have returned from Grab wear, except one, at Shanks'. Orchard Spring, much improved by the Messrs. Joe F. Waters, S. W. Monefee Bituminous and cunnel nut coal, bot- and E. II. Beazley, proved stay. an interesting Btanfobd, Kt., - Junk 23, 18(JG Kbv. G. 1 Tauiiman got something in tom price. Try it. NoeKtSon. occasion for the vast crowd present and a his oye a few dnys ao, wliich nearly Uoiiax. "From the Desert," a hook of good thing for the gentlomen. People drove him crazy till the doctor found it 200 Borax receipts free Craig A Uock woro here from tho salt works and many at E. C. Walton, Uusincss Manager. and not it out Sunday. IIIh wife, who er's. other places and the hall never held "a has been ill, is much improved. There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices Clotiii.no at the lowest posaiblo cash larger or better looking audience. NearYouelioulil tnko your prescriptions to ly 250 persons occupied reserved seats prices at Shanks'. If you want a suit, nSTes-r-t C1TYAXDV1CIS1TY. Penny Vilruu Btoru when) prompt anil whilo the rest of the hall was rammed inspect ojir stock. Kiinrnntppd. accurate Burvico is I,kt Danks repair tnat watch. and crammed with chairs and people In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Until July 1st, lb'JG, you can buy any- who stood up during the entire perforI'XKSOXM. 1'OIMS. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call Solid Bilver tea spoons at Danke. thing in our complete Block at actual mance, Tho muBic directed by B. II. tern. at once and get pick of the stock. MimSuhik Laslky is agent pro wholesale coat. W. II. Wearen Si Co. Dank, who waB assisted by Mrs. J. E. Fhuit Jaru at Warren it SnankB. at Rowland. Portman ami E. W. Spidoll, was quite a M. S. A J. W. Bauuiiman havo bought jKLLvGlnssesat Warren it Shanks'. Hon. It. 0. Wahiikn went to Frankfenturo and elided much applause. It the right for this county of tho Miller was 8:30, fort Friday. when the fair contestants, lean If AMiiuito at very near cost at Shanks'. patent gate, the heflt thing of the kind to Miis. L. M. Laslky and John went to ing on tho arms of their ushers, entered bo found. Examine the one in the court London yesterduy. Pocket knives at coat at Craig A Hook- yard. e tho hall and were seated in " of Lancaster, is er's. , Mus. Mollis Youno, on tho handsomely decorated stage, preTHE MISTERY HAD Notice. Parties owing tuition bills to pared by the deft fingers of Mrs. the gueht of Mrs. A. 0. Dunn. A iiki line of nhoes at Farris & Har- NOT BEEN SOLVED; n Stanford Female College for the pa&t year Mub. V. H. Kliuiv went over to din's. Brown and Mra. Will Hays. The will please call at the college aa soon as chairman, Mr. J. Richard yeBterday to rant a hotiBe. WITHERS PRESENTS TO THE BUYING Bush, made a A rw Mh. It. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, Danks. line belts left to close out cheap. convenient and settle them with Mra. short address and introduced PUBLIC A COLD FACT, THINK OF IT! Nannie S. Saulley. Win. Shelton. was hero a short while Saturday. Miss Caltha Fish, of Crab Orchard, work done at lowest cash Miis. W. J. Yaukii, of LouisMb, and The Misses Woods gave a 0 o'clock tea who recited "Laaca" and then in turn prices. Craig A Hocker. ville, are guests at "ChbUo Cobb." Saturday evoi ing in honor of their came 9 Mies Bkssir Buhnsidk, a Garrard counMiss Lou Clark, Danville, "The SacriSecond-hangood guests, Misses Allen and Pope, of McCormick binder, ty beauty, is with MIbs l'earl Burnside. as new, for Bale. B. K. Wearen. of Georgetown. fice of Genius." What's more my customers realize that fac t, saving money in evand VauDavor, MnH. E. 0. Walton and Lucy Lee and Miss Frankie Belle Douglas, State ColAbout '20 young people were present and ery instance. My bargains always surpass the anticipations of those Mian Sallie Cook are visiting in Huston-vlllTliR ladies of the church at Moreiand enjoyed to the fullest extent the hospi- lege, Lexington, "The ConfesBional." cleared 0 on their supper Friday night. Mies Edna Muriel Courts, Stanford, who come doubting, and they go away convinced that Withers' bartality of the pretty hostesses. The tea was Muaiis. Uoiikht J. Lylkb and Mow gains are just as offered. "Old Ace." To reduce atock, I will otfer epecial a gem of the culinary art. Cook, of Nashville, are hero with Miss Alberta Anderson, Lancaster, prices on boxing, fencing, atudding and Oi'it clever republican friend, Joaiah "Meg and Joe." Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and ManCait. Gko. H. McKinnky has gone joists. A. C. Sine. Bishop, of tho West End, will be a canMiss Susan Woods. Millersburg with a party of railroad men to I'onH.uio-- l, ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. Tiikiik will be a lib of July celebra- didate for sheriii, we are told. Of course "Flying Jim's Last Leap." Fla. Lintion at Danville, which will lay all oth- he has no hopes of being elected. Miss Catherine Emma Darnaby, LexMk.T. N. Homkkth, of Danville, pass-e- ers demod in the shade. We will give the pro- coln county will bo a ington, "The Crown of Victory." through on IiIb wheel to Crab Orchard gram cratic Hrrotiirhold, like she used to be, in our next ipne. Mrs. BoEaie Lyle Cherry, Bowling Sunday. NM'iuber of next year and Mr, Green, "Wild 7tigarelle." Thy J. II. Baughman St Co.'h cooking Bishop Missus Knai- and Ciilok West, of kuowH that aa well as we do. Each of tho ladies acquitted herself weregueata oi Mra. Dr. W. B. coals. They arHliest and cheapeBt. Bimost handsomely and each had her Thk wheat harvest ih now in progress. O'Bsnuon. tuminous nut 10c., Cauuel nnt 1 ic, deSince adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices champions, who swore she wan entitled " Mh. Jack Uout, who was laid up sevThe crop Is short and is estimated at lets livered at your house. -, but to first prizthe judge?, Hons. H. on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, eral days on account of a Htrninud ankle, than two thirds tho average yield. The B. Cooper. Lebanon, and J. M. McVey, Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a Lost. On dirt road between Jim vegetables are corn is looking is out now. shop and Dr. Fowler's hiih.11 plentiful and cheap, peaches, grapeB and of Paris, and Rev. J. M. Walton, of Liv- full stock of every thing found in a Lumber Yard, and by Miu. W. H. Dii.lion and little daugh-tar- , ingston, decided that Miss Frankie Belle selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have of Livingston, are guestfl of Mrs. J. ilver lock bracelet with initial "E. B. summer apples are abundant and doub0." Leave at thin otliee and go re- ling the small hoy up There is no pros- Douglas was entitled to the gold watch ever been offered here. F. CummiiiH. and Mrs. Beesie Lyle Chorry to tho ward. pect of anybody starving at present. Mh. W. Hickman Oahtkii, of Wake handsome banquet lamp. A good many mum Foret, N. C, was tho guot ol Hamuel Tun Spring line of ladien' half shoes The sixth annual reunion of the Con- thought tliat tho awards ought to have now being cloeed out at very low prices W. Menefee. to he hold in Rich- been reversed but the decisions were acMiii. W. H Vkacii.oI tauiriviile, ar- at Shanks'. Thev are all Zaigler goods. federate veterans, mond June oO and July 1 and 2, promis- cepted with hearty acquiesenco and aprived Sunday to vlfllt her brother, Mr. Now is your time to get good goods for es to lie the most interesting ever hold. plause. All tho ladies were the reciplittle money. W.H. Brady. 0 ients of beautiful floral and otber offerRichmond ia preparing to entertain Mm. JoaiTii CoKrtv, of Livingston, Mu. E. C. Hi (HiiH, of Sedalia, Mo , who It ia well wortli anybody's ings and everything went oil in the lovevisitor? came down Friday to epund eovoral days has tho mail contract from Stanford to time to visit the historic city and the C. liest manner. Willi her frieinV Kingsrille. ia here to sub-le- t it. As he it O. has put the rates bo low that anyTho violin solo of Miss Isabel Bailey Mkb. J.S Ownliii.Jk, and son, Jumea gets only j.'tbl a yenr, it leaves no margin body can go. Snd your name to G. W. showed how greatly her native talent had MclCtwnin, went to Franklin S.iturday to for anybody. Harney, T. P A., Lexington, Bnd he will been cultivated and the applause and visit her pareuts. They are hard to find, secure sleeping car accommodations for tho private remarks of appreciation ami left this morning K. BiH-iMh. Goi.no to iMrxovK. -- Judge J. W. Al- you. compliment were sufficient to turn a for Mailisou, Iiul,, to pom his elsler, Miss corn is preparing to add a second story FatalShooti.no in Gaiuiahd Hen- head lees evenly balanced than that of Florence, graduate. to his office on lncaster Street. He will the pretty performer. Dii. W.S. Bbaxlky.oI Lancaster, wan also put in a steel front and make other derson Jonen, toll gate keeper on the Mrs. R. J. Lyles fairly entranced her Poor Ridge pike in Garrard county, calloveragalu Sunday. Wonderful indeed improvements, hearers with the solo, "For All Eternir ed William Cumley out of his houae must be the irugnet. SiiKHU-- Nkwla.nd is getting numerous Sunday evening about dusk and shot ty,"and they continued to applaud until MlfcH HM.UK tillKKS, Of TIlO JtMOpll prooitiotiB from rop makers to furnish ahe again appeared aud sang in most rrice Hospital, id vwlting for a wtwk at the one for the hanging of Alcorn. Most him fatally. One ball struck him in melodious tones that sweet old song and another in the arm. the stomach tiur home in the East End. , liar- - of them propose to make it for ;10, but Cumley had paid that somebody had "Ben Bolt." Then by special nqueBt of Mk. aniiMiw. S 0. theaberiti don't propoe to be bilked milked his cow and stole the milk and she gave "Old Folks at Home" so charm rulMbnrL atieut enteral duyh with hit in that way. Jotufl, believing that he was thought to ingly that every heart was thrilled with father, Hon. U. A. Uckey. Thx Ittdirfiof the McKundree Method be the guilty party, asked Cumley about delight. Hera is naturally a voice of visit Mm.J. It. Uatts. who has ist church will give a supper ami lawn it. Cumley Baid: "Tho man who said I great beauty, and Bho has not like the iMg lier dAUghter, Mrs. J. P. Dflvit, rea charged you with milking my cow is a slothful man buried her talent, but cultifete at Hubble next Friday night. turned to Monticrllo yebtorday. vated and improved it till it vies with will be rharged :J5c and the young liar." whereupon Jones bhot as Orchard, JaMli Hiio.NACdii. of Crab Path's in sweetness. The managers and hhH not yet been captured. dnyH ttith grand pnrente, man that doesn't take hi girl will have to nriont several the audience return thanks to lier for her pay 'J&e. Everybody invited. Dr. and Mr. G. W. Hronangh. Thx Hoc. An unusually large crowd very great contribution to the evening'B Mitaui Jank ami Mattik Waikkh, of A sick littlct shower ftdi yesterday r.ud enjoyment. At the conclusion of her Garrard, came down to the contest and "ihowere, stationary temperature" ia of dancers for these latter years attended aong, the judgta reported through Mr. hop at Walton's Opera House, Tuura Hays. the wr gueata of Mih. J. C. A good rain is predicted for McVey tiieawardB who in a chante and day night, and enjoyed an all night long t& Remnant Silks at 24c Going Like Hot Cakes."'' Mus. Hkttik WoowwnhiuI hUmm Ma- badly needed and the farmers say that dMiice. It was broad day light when the eloquent speech presented the prizes, at and Ovie Mooie, of ry Woothmu although it will interfere with the wheat music ceased and bh the girls went home ter wnich the well pleased audience sloware guewtsof Mrs. Kd Wilkiiiwm. harvett they would like to ecu it come. Monti-cdl- o with tho boya in the morniug, they look- ly left the hall. Mu. Bbn Hakkin came up from ! is Thk Ub o( July riiU-- on tun L. A N. ed a little worse for the exercise, but with hlrt brother, Mark, Mies Steila Unlliti, of Pomorov, (.)., with huu spending several days will Ih U farms. Tickets gold July 2 and etill ready and anxious for auother is having a hard time trj ing to kill herof the kind. The young gentleMas. W. S. GnthsTiAi) went up to 3, good to return the 7th. Agent J. self. A few days ago ehe jumped from a Friday to attend the convention t!bj us tbut bis rotkl will well round man in charge ol the affair are to be con- bridge, later on she drank concentrated Ixindon of the Woman's Miwionary Hocisty. trip ticket! to Uhirsgo on account or gratulated on itseuccees aB is also Capt. lye and lier ellort to end her life was Kl and Mm. J. T. Shakkard went democratic convention July :tto ', lim- Richards for the nice spread at the Myers to eat a lot of glaee. Sho is Still alive House, which tho merry party partook of ami gives promise of locg life. to Crab Orchard ytrltty, where Mr. S. ited to 12th. at one fare. at midnight. Appended Hro tho names all wsk. will hold h iiutting to hut There is a family at Macon, Ga , in John. In a few davs a wedding will of thoee who attended: From Stanford which of Kingaville, Misa Annik there has uot been a death for 50 county of a man whose first Misses Nettie and Georgie Wray, Olara Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet years. The head of tho family is 73 and fptnt several days with the familiuH of occur in thin name in John. His intended wife's fath- and Ophelia Lackey, Jetsio and Kate O'Bau-noArticles. A full assortment always kept in stock Mr. A 0. Sine and Dr. W. B. the wife is 7J. They celebrated their er and grandfather were each named Cook, Eva Lam morn, Pearl Burnide, golden w editing and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. the other day with their hw father was named John and he Anna Monefee, Mary Cooper and Delie 10 children and L'2 grandchildren. Mu. Mo.stik Fox and daughter and John; Feland, Sue Willie Hale, Isabella Bailey, Banglnnan, of D.inville, have hue five relatives by that name. It Miw Alice l.eon Orr, u .colored rapist, was to be seen now whether or not the Resale Richards, and several other young hanged by a mob Saturday morning in been visitius Mr. and Mra. J. W. Baugh-maname John will be perpetuated. ladies who requested their names omit- Morgan county, Ala., on the exact spot Louisville Misses Evelyn ami where he committed a Mu. 0. W. Kiikmkh, of LouUiville, criminal assault The l'. 11. F. of Cleopatra Lodge. No. ted. From yeeterday and tiiey Kt, and Talluviate Temple, No. 7, will Roto Hudson, Myra and Mary Storte, on the nine-- oar-oIs headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at joined ins wife bore child of Uwynn wont to Crab Orchard Springn to spond a give a mammoth picnic in Vandeveer'a Maud Moore. From Danville PucUett. Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. Jenkins, Ella Dunn, Laura week or two. Jackeon and Walling, condemned to Park, near Stanford, Friday, July 7th. Florence Misses Nina Atkinon, Hender- die for the most heinous Miik. Iti'Tii IIinkb, mother of Mrs. W. A commaudery drill, bwo ball, a banG. crime of the son, Bessie Plummer, Harrodsburg, Stel- day, are taking things easy. They inH. Warren, is lying at tho point of death. quet and music and merriment will fill Andulged iu a game of cards Saturday and She Is SO years old and tho vital forcon up the day and night and a big time is la and Mabel Berg, Bullalo, N. Y., nie Tribblo, Junction, Lilla VanDaver, seemed to enjoy it. nearly exhausted. nro exported. Dr. Tardif is seeing after tho EmiA plan to fire tho prison aud escape, Mu. 15. H. ItiioNAUoii, of Crab Orch- arrangements and leaving nothing un- Georgetown, Lizzie May Crabb, Deoriug, Flemingsburg devised by three Louisville nence, Faunio ard, wa on Sunday's train returning done. convicts, was Tho gentlemen from a distance wore discovered and frustrated by the ofliciala from Cincinnati, where he sold a car Ciiicuit Coi'HT. Judge Saulley pacaed Messrs. Tom Burke, Bov Batterton, Howload of alop cattle at :i 10. at tho Frankfort penitentiary Sunday. Saturday on Dick Evans, Andy ard Marrs, Will Harlan, John McRoberts, N- - Faulionkk, of Danville, sentence Hkv. II. Trice, Jim Shropshire and John Shields, Will WooJcocz, Will Dunn, Robert Saler Iu order that a may be attonded tho contest en route to Barbour all Noumea. The former got 15 years ter, Herbert Price, Mike uhrisman, Dan- what it should be, one should begin it The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is 'easier to light ville. He tells us hid meeting at Walnut and whon asked by the judge if there ville; Carl Wheeler, Roy Rose, Fordyce without knowing what he is going to say, HillH, Boyle county, closed with US addioutwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best of was any renaou why he should not serve Logan, Jones Baughuian, Hustonville; and end it withiout hnowing what he and will positively tions. all MibbJOaltiia Fish, who acquitted her-ai- hia sentence, he answered. "Boforo God Fred FriBbie, Charlie Anderson, John has oratorical con- - I am innocent of breaking into Mr. and Ed Doty, Will Dnnlap, Jake Robin-ooso creditably in tho but NKW ADVKltTISKHE.N'rd. Will and Ed Walker. Lancastei; tut. was trained by Miss Anno Shanks, Baughman'B Bhop, yearsI I am willing to got." Shrop- Clarence Price, Louisville; A. P. Barrow, Miss Allio Fith was down aorve tho first five nl this idaco. shire also protested hia innocence, but Cincinnati; Herbert Hirochberger, thear her recite. Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and sec James Shelby, Junction City. Mibb Noiima Biiyan, who has been the Trice and Shields took their modicine SALE. Those ladies who attended but did not guest of Mrs. J.S. Hundley returned to without a murmur. Tho trial of tho Biiit of Dan Cooley, ad- dance wore: Misses Virginia Broadduw, lier home at rranaim oniwuisy. cm A Stanlord. with .. n uii.,itfnl little woman and made ministrator of D. S. Cooley, his aon, who Rich Hill, Mo ; Norma Bryan, Franklin; store gocd Kesi.Itncelot.House in The lot contains buuic on sunm lor sale. in ,,uh""" here. wna killed by an L. A N. train at Paris, Linda and Emma Owsley, Mary Bruce, 'a.re, and can lie easily divided, putting manv friends And Most Durable Stove Made. and residence on separate lots. At reasonMu B. N. ItoLLKn received a telegram occupied the court from Thursday till Sadio Lillard, Joanie Wearen, Sue Rout able price and en easy terms. Apply to J 33" SAfNOERsauniord. Ky. (mm O. D. Saltmarch, atQuincy, O., say Saturday afternoon, when n verdict of and MeadumesJ. S. Owsley, Jr., H. J. was rendered for tho plaintlil, by McRobortfl, J. S. Hundley, J. W. Baugh-maMary Scott, mother of mf Mr. 10 of tho jurors, the other two declining Lucy St. Clair, Steele Bailey, WilK I HKKD Frauk Scott, whowaB killed, ia very ill THE are against her recovery. to sign it, believing there was nothing in liam Moroland, Henry Lammers, J. E. and tho chances caso. Judgo Alcorn will appeal. A!l persons desiring I.ocost Posts for plank Suroc Portman, Kitty Burnside, W. B. Penny Mibsks Lvcik LbK Allkn and Elma tho fence, post and railing or wue fence, can find The euit;of Monroe Smith against F. J. B. OweiiB and Lizzie McAlister. My llreeders were selected from tno beat herds what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on Pope, ol Millereburg, and Lillian several different or swine r the pike leading from Crab Orchard to slanford of this famous breed lot ot pigsIn of diflnrent ages iMBHHHMfc2JjVHMQMfe of Georgetown, arrived Friday M. Ware occupied tho attention of tho I also keep high license iu Michigan tho for fencing. always on hand a good supply of plank States. A splendid Under Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction They were court yesterday. Tho amount claimed ia for sale. All kinds ol lumber for building purto visit the Misses Woods. of saloons has decreased by IS7, poses; also boards and shingles. All persons de- guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address Meesra. Sanford Allen f 210 and the suit was brought eight years number accompanied by siring my article ol this kind can call on me at BRONAUGH, while the reveuue ia about $75,000 ray store Cedar Creek. will Bpond Boveral ago this court. Mr. Ware presents counCrab Orchard, , and Will Olark, who WASH SINGLETON'. 32U Juuete,V. larger. ter claims auflicieut to cover it, days with Albert Severance. Interior joukitai. - rllSBSRgMBSBgA;. 3 fifegml FORJDASHJ tlie ZEor Tliirty Days, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. semi-circl- Per-rael- ia Lex-ingto- Piiip-t'itiiTio- One Year Ago Today m m d EXPENSES CUT $1,000 ! W. W. WITHERS, - e. i-- rela-tlve- Col-leg- o, d rock-ribbe- bo-fo- re - Lan-ciste- r, Reduction In Prices first-clas- s ! Uip-erto- llrst-rat- e, A. G. SINE, Stanford, Ky. " 100,-00- JUST WHJTT YDU NEED: White Kid Belts, White Kid Gloves, Ladies' Collars, Ladies' Cuffs, New Wash Goods, Linen Embroidery, Dress Linens, Butter Laces, . i i r Lai-kbt- bn Con-ple- above-Joue- Val. Laces, Trilby Fans. & to-da- y. 0e 4 Severance Son, e -- PENNY'S DRUG STORE Mi-Kkh- , n. n. Penny's Drag Store y ld Mib-fe- Ma-ba- n. L. PENNY, Executor. The Insurance. THERE IS NO DANGER. love-lett- lf Haid,-liais- on. n, - Nich-olaavill- e; RESIDENCE FOR The Safest, Simplest HIGGINS & McKINNEY. HOGS. HLUK-GHASS I More-nuus- e N'- - u, 2STOTICE Van-Dave- KD nt-a- R. II. n'waujus k Semi-Weekly v Wo, Interior Joijrm. Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT JULy UAZKSJ - H. C. BUPLEY, y J. S. OWSLEY, JR A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dentist, & tH PER YKAU IN" ADVANCK charged.T"Wtan not so paid S2.6Q will be K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. THEMERGrMTTAILOR Is Receiving his for Ccngreis in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Tarty. ts a candidate JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Is a candidate for Judge cf tho Court ol Appealsto the witl of tbe deniocfor this district, subj racy Stanford, Ky3 Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley llullding. HIS TRIP ITo A FAILURE. Tho mau with sido whiskers hntl made a tonr of tho world and was tollL.&N. ing tho man with tho goateo all about 37 P Wo m, Train going North f 111 m it. Of tho half dozen listeners tho old i vr tj x i j m ' aoum n 04 p ia man in tho seat ahead of him seemed to l' Xo. 13 . t 03 in bo tho mast dooply interested, wo.J and though ho hitched about aud evidently QUEEN & CRESCENT. wanted to say something ho held his Traint pan Junction City a follows: peace for half an hour. Then ho suda P tn a North ...3 Wo. 1 South J.07 p m No. a ra " 4 " ...1.00 p m denly asked : " 3 12.09 m " ' ...3-it 35 am " 6 " 5 "Stranger, did you say you took in ...600 am 8.35 pm "10 9 ' Romo on yor trip?" Note. Nos. 4 and 5 and 0 and to run no "Yes, sir. I spent two weeks in than Junction City. All traini stop there. Rome," was tho reply. "My darter was readiu to mo about Romo nwhilo ago. Purty uico town, LOCAL TIME CARD. m Trains leave Stanford at 7.10 a. m., and 4:05 p. as , returning at f.io p. m., anu 7:20 p. m. Spout Two Wrok In Homo, but Wis Not Olrnrvln(t Knourrli. SFUMN AND SUMM13B Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. SAMUEL, M. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic party Is a catidldat for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub- mm l will from now on deliver the Ice tegulaily rvtry morning, Stanlrrd factory l'nct .". - JAMES B. GENTRY FULL LINE OF Is a candidate for Sheriff ot Lincoln County, subject to the action of thn democratic parly. Your support is earnestly solicited 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All b ins- must m nth. Any amonnt9tween to and too lbs at kefn ,.pout I vol y be paid the first of each U llKKMtK. 1 Buggies, Carriages and EMMETT SIcCORSIACK Is a canJldste for Asiesior of Lincoln County, tubjtct to the action of the drmoctatlc party our support ts earnestly solicited. SHELBY & SHELBY, fur-h- Phaetons Just Recievcd. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of Farming'Implemcnts consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows at Prices to suit before you buy. Farm Wagons by the See us. the Times. Call and Car-Loa- d Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, - 31. F. EL.KIN Kontucky. Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. 'W beeswax?" "No, sir." "Happen to hear anybody say what A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening clover seed or timothy was wurth?" "No, sir." strength. Latest United states Gov"Any idea what fresh pork brings ernment Report. thero along about hog killiu time?" perROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. sisted tho old maiu "My dear sir, " replied tho traveler New York. with a patronizing smilo, "I went to Romo to seo its celebrated ruins." "And you didn't even ask tho prico of fresh grass butter?" POWDER "Yes, Romo is a beautiful city." "What wore taters scllin at iu Romo when you wero there?" "Potatoes? Why, I don't remember that I asked tho price, " laughed tho traveler. "Didn't, eh? You must havo bin purty busy. Was hay iTpurty fair crop around there last summer?" "1 wasu't interested in tho hay question. As a traveler, I went to sec tho Bights, you know." "Yes, I understand. Seo any turnips or cabbages to brag of?" "No, I didn't iucludo thoso iu tho ain't it?" First Class Turnouts, 1'rompt Attention, Vtry Reasonable Rates. A portion of your patronage Is respectfully solicited, it org. JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Aitesmr of Lincoln t'ouuly. sublect to the actlou ct the democratic patty, and arntly V your support. J. T. JOOTJS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Dean's lllack Diamond Roof Paint. Kstimatti furnished for painting Wnud, Metal and lion Koofi. Satisfaction urantced. All roots painted with Dean's black Diamond Paint guaranteed for ycart Dealrrs in best Cistern Pumps and Oalvanucd Iron Kilters, Oalvan-lie- d and lllack Iron Roofing uf all kinds, si tl B. K. WJCARXXT. Comt One, Como All. And seo the new Halt at Mis. Dudderar's TemNew Legon, new ple of Fashion this week l'anamis, all the new Teralan effects in Handsome go'Js but I.ow 1'rices and Ribboss Dress maklue dons in the latest ittle and on short M I). Ot DI1KKAK. notice. MRS. KATK OLDDKKAK A Flnrs THE sights." "And you didn't inquire tho prico of Popular Washer. Try one for 30 Days and if you don't like it don't take it. New Dress Uikinj EslaWishmenl, Two Farms For Sale. rarra No. I contains 151 acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which Is in grass; cll watered, with good improvements. Including new metal roof tobacco turn far 10 acre crop, lhn farm it situated iu what is pronounced the Unt district In Krntuckv for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence, house. Farm No a contains 100 acres In same locality. with brick dwelling arge stock and tobacco barns. One of the best Improved farms in the county. lloth farms are In fine state of preteivallon. we'l watered ond fcuced. Llotcto K It. depot, schools, market and on a hlie turnpike. roi mietmatiou apply to J N SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky. Absolutely Puro.l Having completed my course In the French Tailortou System ot Cutting and Killing I olfer my services to Tlic Ladles of Stanlord, And VUlnlty, feeling assured that I can pleat I will be found In the rear them with my work and will of Mrs. Kate Uudderar'a Mn.iiiery bit-rbe glad to wait on lhaae wishing work in my lln MRS. WM. UhKIl, Stanford 7 if e Greatest Washer the Age, any other kind. of It TTB s f TO THE LACIES 1 XRr. W. B. FElTire. Try one and you will never use "Nor find out if mutton was Fkeerco or plenty?" "No." FARRIS & HARDIN. The Interioh Journal says that when A. A. McKinney, of Stanford, was put in nomination for secretary of the republican convention at Nicholrisville, the name was taken as McKinlpy, and the delegates began to crane their neckato seo tho next president. Capt. Wm. Hnrndon flays tho I. J. ia mistaken, that they thought Arch McKinney was McGinty just cominp, up from tho bottom of tho sea. Lancaster Record. Yea there are a good many Mc- Ointy'a rising from the bottom of the sen now, when they think ttie rada have a show for succees, who never dabbled in politics before. A A meeting of the stockholders nf the Knoh Lick, MiCornmk s &. I'urceitviiln turnpike Co ! held at McCormaik s, JULV 3. 18 at j o'clock p m , f r the purpose of eletting u'flcers for the ensuing rar. K D PaA TON, President. ij-t- I am back Irom the vltlet with everything that is new and pretty in the Millinery line A visit to my store will convince you that tint stock la th most compute Klcganl line Linens and Kmbroidery Material. W. S. BURCH, Stanford, House MISSLICCIK I1KAZLF.Y, Stanford, Ky Attorney at Law, - - Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on CARROLL Lancaster Street, at Residence. DOC DRVB. UAILF.V that may bo yer way of doin biznesi, but if yon should turn up at Skinner's grocery sorno evenin and begiu to tell the crowd about Romo tho boys would set you down fur a sapheud or a lunatic! Shoo! Went clear over to Rome aud geese feathers or strained honey I" "No." "Waal, Tumpilso Election. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS will Kentucky. Office an Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention M .. BATXETT c& oDBTSTE, can't even tell tho prico of New Proprietors York World. Heaven Nut For IIlui. A friend of mino who In Lincoln county, Ky.ai' per cent , temi an nual intriett, n commission charged Addrett (JKO W IA V Room ir, Kenron Duilding, Louisville, Ky For blank a plications and fur ther Information, in ,mr ol J N Saunders, Ati torney,. Stanford, Ky. A JUNE BUG! Lump Coal. Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KV. First-clas- STAFFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. Wilaiam Shklton, a Horse handled under Saddle and In Harness, of work to bo finished in a great hurry. s roadsters and and prepared tor sale. saddlers bought and sold on commission Good He dashed into it head first, aud that half.mile track and best stables in the country. 8 night read his introduction to tho family in tho dining room for tho benefit of doJ W McGlNNIS. J.W.COOK la charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. mestic criticism. A servant was clearing tho other daj- - writes stories piece St. Asaph Carriage Co., I20 Tons Falls Branch Stanford, Horte-Shcettiff had an order for Ky. - President. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Work done and warranted to give satisfaction. All work done when promised. All accounts due when work Is de00 livered. Your patronage solicited.; Repairing a Specialty. J. : T. STJTTOIT, s UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. - Offers his services Full stock of CotSni coln and Casey Counties. and Caskets always on hand. Manager. 95 D. B. Carpenter, CALL ON o the people of West Lin- "Certainly." "Aud ho nover seen that girl at all?" "Thero was no such girl to see, " Tiio devout daughter of Erin reflected a moment. Then sho exclaimed: "Sure, Mr. Smith will nover get to heaven if ho goes around making up great big lies liko that. tho tablo during tho reading, and when his wife visited tho kitchen afterward sho asked. "Sure, did that fellow find that girl Mr. Smith was tell in yez about?" "Mr. Smith will make him find her," tho nuthor's wifo replied, and then something iu tho servant's manner led her to think tho girl regarded it as a veritable occurxeucc. So sho added: "You know that is only a mndo up story; thero wero no sucli people" "What! Mr. Smith inado that up out of his head?" Primary, Preparatory, Aeadftnlc and Collegi- ate Courses of stud). When Dr K. V Pierce, ot Buffalo, N. V. pubSchools of Music, Art and Elocution. lished the first edition of his great woik. The The Scholastic Year for il? 7 will open MonA. II KINLkY iS 6m Common Secsc Medical Adviser, he an people's day, ftept 7, and continue forty weeks. tiouoctd hat after 680,000 copies had been sold Hi'fore deciding to what school you will send at the regular pilce, $l Vj per copy, the profit en your daughters, be sure to send fer our which would repay him lor the great amount of Address labor aud money expended In pioduclng it, lie MRp.NANNIKS SAL'FLF.Y. would distribute the next half million tree As K.H. RIL.BY. PToprlotor, this number of copies has already been sold, he it Lady Principal 3tf now ciriDir awav. absolutely tree, coo.ooo copies - - of this most complete, mtureitintf and valuable common sentc medical work ever published the required to mail to him, at recipient only bein I hare moved to my new Hotel and am belts above address, twenty-on- e stamps to cov epared than ever to accommodate Iba public ercoatol mailing only, and the book will be sent Jood I.ivcry attached and every convenience d a veritable medical libiary, compostpaid, It is arod. Give m a call. plete in one volume. Contaitis 1008 pages, proFRANK RU.XY, fusely illustrated. Tbe Free hdilion is precisely the same as that sold at Ji so, except only that the books are in strong iiianilla cotcis instead ot cloth, Send now before all are given awaj. GREAT HOOK FREE. All kinds of Carriage, Huggy and Wagon Making and Repairing don. V.lii'let worked over and made good as new. A II Kinley nas charge and guarant.vt hit t the painting department a tpcrialty and for cash onwork ly Accounts due isl of each mrnth J II MKRSHON, 11 CltKKR. Nnw it veiur chinee We need the money and will sell iblt amount el Coal at for the cash during the month of June, only. evil In Lay your orders ijuck. NCJKL A ."jON. t'ntuloi;u. Nun' THE RILEY HOUSE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or.STANFORD, KV. London. Capital Stock- Kontucky. Surplus SIOO.OOO one-ce- nt At Cost. ,.W II 23,700 "Brooklyn Life. F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 35 Cents, far Bajjuaije and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Checks, Key til kinds, Badges, Dog License Metal aud genRings, Chains, Ac Stamping on eral repairing Shop over M. D. Elmoifi's store, S6 Stanford, Ky. Walked Fur lllni. Idr. Tietrotter They say that play of "Hamlet" without Hamlot pretty unsatisfactory tiling. Mr. Flush ao it is. Mr. Tietrotter (sadly) Perhnp3 so But tho same play without tho ghost ia still worse. New Vork Herald. No 1111 If It reiiuircd an annua outlay cf $10000 to insure a family against any serious consequences from an attack of bowel complaint during the year, there are many who would feel it their duty to pay it, teat they could not afford to ntk their lives and those of their family for such an amount Any one can get this insurance for as cents, that being the price of a bcttle of 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 nhtslcian summoneJ. One or two doses of this remedy will cure an ordinary case. tho It never fails. Can you afford to take thu risk lor ia ft so small an amount Kor sale by Craig & Hocker, Manlord Ky. m TO REDUCE STOCK sll : geods for the : Next 60 Days At Cost For Cash. F. .&, ASTEHS, Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. s Guarantees Prices reasonable. ieoce. First-Clas- work In every par'icu-lir- . Has had 13 years' expe. 5' 31" Portland. San Francisco. To the TOETIWEST .Via The.. ; K-M- A Fair Agreement. "Look here, Bawl Barings, I'vo a proposition to make." "What is it, Noopops?" There ia a Kaneaa editor who takt?a the "You stop talking aboutyour bicycle, right view. Recently, under the headand I'll not say another word about my line, "We Are Thankful," he published Emart baby." Truth. the following editorial note: "We slipWILL CURE ped and fell tho othor day and pealed Nut it Illcjcllst. onrehin and nose; we feel grateful that "Did ho look liko a bicyclist?" "Oh, dear, no. Not in tho lenst we did not break our d- -n neck." Scrofula, Salt Rheum, m . Why, ho could stand up straight with Sores, Boils, Pustules, Tho Discovery Savod H1b Life. no perceptible effort. " Chicago Post. Mr. G. Colliouette, druggist. Ileaveisvlllo III Mr Jamts Perdue, an old soldier, residing at Monroe, Mich., v. at severely afllicted with rheumatism, but received prompt relief from pain by He says: "At using Chamberlain's Pain Halm. tiroes my back would ache so badly that I could ane up. If I had not gotten relief, I hardly would not be here to write these tew lines Cham btrlain's Pain Hal in has ione me a uraat deal of good and I feel very thankful fcr i ." For sale by Craig .V Hocker, Stanford, Ky. J. il anArs dale, Cooke's Sarsaparilla Attention of tho public is invited to the far that this is tho only National ll.uk in Stanford Under the provisions of the National llank are ttcurs d not only by tho capital ttock, but by the stockholder. liability lor aa amount equal to the slock, to that depositors of this institution are tccured by a fund of 400,000. rivo sworn statements ofthocondition of tho baak art mads each yearto the United Sum government and its assets are eiamined at slated time by government agents, thus securing addititoaa scd perfect safety tn depositors, This institution, originally established as tho Depotlt llank of Stanford in iSjJ, then usd aa tbe National llank of Stanford in iboj and again as the First National Hank of Wishes to thank Ins Irlrn Is and neighbors for Stanford in iSaj, has had practically an unintar-niptenstcnceof i years Ills betltr supplied their patronage and rrtpcctluliy atkt to t now with facilities for transecting Mr In the future ranv'le Haley ly and liberally than ever before butiutst prompt in its long and A will be found ready to mr.e vou at any time honorable career Ac 'nunts of corporations, fidunice line of Caskets, Collin., Kobcs, Ac, to firms and Individuals respectfully solic-tociaries, from always on hand 113m Tho Directory ol this llank is composed ot M. S. flAt L.HM1N J. W. IIaCohmam. Korcttus Heid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln, J. li. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; raoraitTjnS. II llaughiaan.1 Lincoln: J. S. Mocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Klmorc, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky J. H. Hocker, President; Jno, J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Atit. Cashier If you ned livery give us a call. Nothing out first-claturnouts will leave our stable. See us for ihtcs. jlnour J. 0. McWhortor, UNDERTAKER, Crab Orchard, Kontucky. ed to-l- d. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED & SALE STAIILE, Kontucky. Stanford, ss BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guaranteo first-clas- s prices. Try our horse shoer. work and satlfactory Farmers Bank&Trnst OK STANKOKD, Co KV., The Sandwich Man, t ffitiffi& li ismf - tcwsvint myAiBAriCriictoRT(a Only Dining Car Route From iff vs fix to,9? says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe uiy life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the physicisns lor miles about, but of no aall and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discoiery in my store, 1 sent for a bottle and began Its use and from the first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was UD anu asoui again, ts i. wuuu 1, wc,Ku. store or house without it." cold. We wont keep 11 ,1, ". Get a free trial at . li McRobcrts' drug store. IV &OTJXSTTXI.I.E Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers uf llcdcra Pattern. For maps or any Information, address TO CHICAGO. or 1 rHANKrj.REID.j G. P. Agent, Chicago. f K.H.BACON 1 D. P. I Louisville fbw, "AD." As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric JJitteishM proved to be the very best It effecbj a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headache yields to its influence. We urgo give all who are afllicted to procure a bottle and conthis remedy a fair trial. In cases ot habitual Electric Hitters cures by giving the stipation needed tone to the bowels and few cases long rt- bst theuse ol this medicim. Try it or.ee. large tottles onlv o cents at XV. II. McRobcrts' Drug Store Cure for Hoadacho. Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and VST Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it t&' Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, m. w. jomrsoir, se Isnowfullyjorganued and ready for business will Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus, . 20,000. LINCOLN NATIONAL STANrORD, Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can write you all the most favorable plans ol Insur ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky , and will be glad to havo a liberal share of your patronise. Will be toady to conlrr all the favors that can Jo given by any warehouse Liberal cash advancements mads on consignments, both tn the w will be at .Stanford every and country. court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, prizes or money should address rnu at l'alut Lick, Ky. 9 era Prompt attention guarantied. SUCCESSOR to THK 11ANK OK Bucklln's Arnica Salvo The best salve in the world for cuts, bruhess sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever soret tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, It is at positively cure piles, or no pay reputred. money luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Kor sale by refunded. Pnce as cents per boa. V. U. McRobcrts Be sure to call for MoaooJRoute. Danver. St Paul. druggist. EARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. A 1)KV Truth. hair grow. Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dar. Accounted For. Mothen will find Chamberlain' Cough, Reme dy especially valuable for croup and whooping w o.v .. cough. It Will give prUUiy. pleasant. We have sold it for several years, ana it has never failed to gne the moat perfect O. W. Richards, Duquesne, Pa. For sale by Cralj A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. ,.,, aatis-fsctio- n. W. U. McRobcrts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. a workman of " F. 13. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Tanner Uros., McKinnev. J. F. Alstott, Powers, lleazley & Son, Crab Orchard. Odorless Water Closets, FrostM. Lee Pipes, Moreland. proof Water Pipes, PorYours for Health, celain Bath Tubs T. Cooke, James A socially. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Harrodsburg, Ky. NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out Superior Plumbing! 11 Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. By provisions of its charter, depositors are at fully protocted as ate depositors in Natioaal Uanks, its shareholders being held individually lianlc to the eatent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, iu addition to the amount invested In such shares. It rar c. esn,.Idt,v.rdual.mim,tri"0r' UU,t6e' C" those who entrusted their buisiness to nt while innaglnu the Lincoln National llank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businnot with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attsa-tio- n to same, our twenty years' banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. fu' col-inte- nt JJ.Wi..i.m,,Mt.V,.R,,nCoTo0;",: . H. Shanks, Stanford; J.lS.iOwsley, Stanford; S J, Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J.K Cash, Stanford; William GoochStanford; A. W. Carpenter, MllledgevilU, S. H. Shanks, President, Vvr','H'Cummin,',Procher ill, as of the State. frempt.and pout service sai CoosmoUlous oampie wooms. Electric Haifa and office connected by 10 CUsaedeled and refurnished throujho Jt. guctu. Luge Thafa probably why tho baldheaded Bills. men got as near tho orchestra as possible. Philadelphia Record. v Love of niusio makes tho The eenee of smell in an elephant is WANTED-A- N ; they may so delicate that when in a wild state it thing to patent ? Protect your ideas WEDDKR-11UH- N bring vou wealth. Wrtto JOHN can scent an enemy at a distance of & CO., Patent Attorneys, WaaMflgtoo. yards. li, O., for thtjir ei,9W prize offer. IDEAKSRfflS Ask your Danville friends about my work. Or.:j.B. OwsJ.j, Cashier, w M. Bright, Toller. T. F. CLARKE. Clercess'I HIDES. Ks'h'Vr im B ulldlaj, Oanvi'lt, Ky. i",ffis iqm'" " ss.raouuii aaim.miatitw.gw. " il lmJsiimrtni.1 M.I s