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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896063001 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. Mitmtum .. Semi Weekly Interior vol. xxv. cnuiwn chimes. Twenty-Bove- n pnrnons unitwd with tbo Daptlst church nt Mt. Sterling lest Wednesday. Hova. Pelry ami Stephuns held ft meeting ntCorbin, which reeulted in 10 ndditionH totho Bsptiet church. ThoehiRinRof Mre. F. H. Keeno nt tho I'reabyterian meetings ia tiihly complimented, and is a delightful feature of them. Rev. W. 8. Grinatuad bbUbuh to nay that Rev. 11. 0. Morrison's meeting will begin Wednesday hIrM. The report that it had been postponed in a mistake. The now church at Heron, built at the prlvato expenBO of Rev. JohnG. Fee, has been deeded by its beneficent founder to the town of lierea and will be known hereafter as the Second Church of Christ. Richmond Remitter Dr. Harvey Glass resigned his charge as pastor of the Presbyterian church of this place Suuday on account of bad health. The church session, however, declined to accept tho resignation, but instead gave him a vacation of three months. Bomeraot Reporter. The gospel meetings at the Christian church are still in progress and the inter-eand attendance increasing each day. Elder J. S. Kendrick, of Danville, preaches with groat power and earnest-nes- s and a full house greets him every evening. Tho additions so far by confession and ordinance number 10 Vance-bur- g Sun. Dr. K. 0. Guerrant is preaching some powerful sermons at the 1'reabvte-riachurch. Services are held at 10 a. m. aud 8 i'. M , and saint and sinner are profited by them. Sunday afternoon the doctor preached to tho children and sue. ceeded in thoroughly entertaining the little folks. It is tho subject of regret that he can uoi remain longer than Friday next Mr. F.J. Campbell, who is in Louis ville, writer ''I hd the plenmiro of listening to Ilro. Harnea at the little Cumberland Presbyterian church at Second and Oak. He ia having full house each evening. It may be true, as reported in some city paper, that ho has lent much of fire, but lie has certainly tho lost nono of his imprebeive tarnenti)fe and striking pathos. Ho preached mi hour and a half amidst tho mont earnest attention of a large crowd iuoii hie fator its allegory. 'The visit of the Queen of Sheba to Kiug Solomon.' Those who have heard him on this line in past years would not have been disappointed. Libera) contributions are being made to him. Mifs Marie's voice is as sweet as of yore, while tho ilttlo organ hhohis inspired." at Journal. NO. 35 . STANFORD, KY , TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1896. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I u old-tim- e J. J. Thompson bought of Dave1 Thompson 126 acreH of land for $2,500 -- Elder Jesse Walden filled tho pulpit ngBln at tho Christian church on Sunday morning. Rev.T H. Campbell preached tho union sermon Suuday night at tho Presbyterian church. Mrs. Mary L. Anderson will begin teaching tho public echool at Mt. Hebron 2d Monday in July. Died last week at Paint Lick nfter a lingering illness, Mrs. Susan Ro s, widow of tho late Nathaniel Rosa. Tho select school at Scott's Fork taught by Mies Pearl Hill closed last Friday with appropriate exercises. Mr Moutie Fox, of Doyle, bought of Wm Gillidpie, of Upper Garrard, a large bunch of line New York cattle at 4c. Miss Mattle McCarloy will begin teaching the public school at Reazley's school-houthe 1st Monday in July. Rev. F. M. Hill, of this place, closed a very succefsful revival at Kirksville laat week. He waa Bselated by Rev. Henry. The Lnncaater Concert Band will give ua one of their delightful open air concerts this week, if the weather is pro pitious. There was a basket meeting at 's chapel Sunday, it being the dedication of the now Methodist church In that vicinity. Misa Lizzie Simpson entertained laat week In honor of Misses Ella and Sallie Higginbotham, two attractive young ladies of Lexington Quito a number of Lancaster's W. C. T U women attended tho county convention, which was hold in Garrard last week at Rico Academy. The dedication of the new Methodist church will occur AugtiBt 5th. It is a handsome brick building and not only adds much to Stanford street, but ia quito an ornament to the town. A telegram waa received here Saturday by Mrs George R. Hardin that her brother, Mr. Hugh M. Smith, of Knox-villTenn , waa dangerously ill. The family are very apprehensive about him. Misa Mary Unrnslde, daughter of Judge Ilurneide, of this county, was one of a number of friends entertained last Thursday evening in Lexington at tho . homo of her cousin, Mies Eugenia se POLITICAL POINTS. Maj. Johnson, chairman of tho DEATH DOINGS. dem- --: - a- ?A ' 7t Law-son- e, Dun-lap- MA TRIMOSIAI. MA TTERS. At a marriage in Chicago last week there were 32 briileamaida. The father of tho bride killed a member of a charivari party at Newark, married at Trenton, X. and leaning on J., their brand new taudem, by n bicycle crazed preached. Tho widow of E. A. Paecoe. who wae . burned up In tho hotel lire at Laudator was married laat week to II. P. Cart wright, Into of tho Lancaster Record, Tho Nicholasville Journal, in whose tow j tho marriage occurred, eaye: After a Phort visit to friends in Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Cartwright will return to Lexington und go to house keeping. A 0 couple waB in bicycle costume At Kutawa, Marshal McCallum killed Mrs Lena Johns. Soiiih time ago tho marshal arrested her mother, who dropped dead from excitement. Thursday Mrs. Johns hid herself in tho cemetery and Bent word to McCallum that a man wanted to seo him. When he enmo she rose from behind n gravestone, with a pistol leveled at him. McCallum quickly drew his pistol and fired, killing tho woman instantly. After summoning citizens from ma-nadjoining counties and securing a special venire of 100 from Adair county, a jury of 12 mon has at laat been iinpan neled for tho trial of Clarence Vaugh at Greensburg, for killing L. II. Foster, a year ago. child of Charles Tno Carpenter, of Portland, Ark., fell into a caldron of boiling soap and its absenco was not noticed until the Boap was poured from tho caldron, when nothing but its bones were found. throe-yoar-old y m m Monon Route. Otlicial lino to the National democratic convention, Chicago, Tickets will be Bold at one faro for the round trip on July 3 to 0, good to roturn until July 12tb, or one day after adjourn, raent of convention. Go with the Club. Leaves Louisville Sunday, July 5tb, at 8:19 r. M., $11 for three days. Particulars furnished by E. D. P. A., Loulsville.tKy. Wat-tera- on Glowocb 4th. Low rates from all 1 polntn on the Q. & 0. Tickets at J fare be sold via the Q for the round trip will &0. July 2nd, 3rd and for morning trains July 4th. Good to return until the 7th. ' Q. &0. to Latonia, 1 J fare for round trip from 8omeraet and other polnta North. W. 0, Ri.siAitaox, G. P. A., Cincinna I tl.O. Wm Kavanaugh, of this county, is dangerously ill at his limo near Point Leavell. He was taken sick while buying sheep near Hrodhead andjwta carried to the train on a stretcher and brought homo Saturday His recovery is considered very doubtful. Mies Theo. Hemphill, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. James C. Hemphill, won the prize that had been promised to tho little girl that would sell tho greatest number of tickets for the Grecian entertainment last week. It was a dainty scarf pin of a unique design. Col. James Parks, living near Marks-burhad quito a narrow escape recently from lightning. Ho was in tho tield harvesting with a team attached to a binder. The rain coming up so suddenly ho unhitched his team when tho lightning struck and killed tho horse and knocked out one of tho eyes of tho mule. Strange and miraculous to say, tho man escaped without eo much as n hruixe. The Grecinu entertainment Thursday evening by Misa Harriet E. Glascock, under tho supervision of tho aid society, whh greeted with a crowded house. Tho good sum of i'Jb Ob wmh realized, halt of tho proceeds going to Mian Glascock, who worked ho faithfully to make tho evening u success. Tho Delsnrtujtigures were indeed pretty and tho young ladies rob-o- d in their Grecian costumes looked Mies Mtuy Holmes LusU, of Huston ville, arrayed in filmy white, was a pleasing picture to behold and her readings were loudly encored. It waa at the matinee Thursday afternoon that Miss Glascock received such appreciation and praise aa a dramatic reader. Her charming voice, together with her ease and grace, stamps her as especially suited for the career she has chosen. J. H. Jennings loft laat week for Carlisle to accept a position with the leading dry gooda firm. Miss Annio Robinson leaves July 8th to join a party in New York for a tour to Europe. Miss Mary Smith, of Richmond, is tho guest of Mrs. Rachel Hemphill. Misa Sallie Anderson hns spent the past week very pleasantly with Mrs. John Ballard, of Paint Lick. Howard Bruce, of Danville, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jamea A. Royaton. Misa Annie Austin, of Crab Orchard, is visiting hor cousin, Misa Katie Simpson. Mra. Roe Young and two children, of Phiunix Arizona, arrived and are guesta of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Rev. W. E. Barton and wife, of Boston, Mass., were guesta at the home of Mr. Barton's sister, Mrs. G. M. Patterson-MisEmma Poper and Misses Leila and Cora Ward returned this week from an extended visit at Wallaceton. Rev. W. P. Nelson left last week to vialt frienda in Iowa. Mr. James Chamberlain, of London, was a recent visitor of G. M. Patter-eoMlaa Annie Royaton left yesterday Chicago to pursue a course in the for Normal school. y, ocratic State central committee, is opposing a free silver combination Bgainst Breckinridge. Democratic State conventions in Georgia and North Carolina nominated State officers and adopted 10 to 1 platforms. John R McLean, it is said, giving $500,000 to the demo cratic campaign fund if ho ia nominated (or president at Chicago. It developa that E Tutt Burnnm has never been sworn in ea deputy insurance commissioner. He proposes to keep his seat in tho legislature. Gen. Harrison is quoted as saying that the republicans should meet all issues tquarely, and not magnify or belittle any plank in the platform. Tho Cincinnati Post has questioned the delegates to Chicago and finds that a large majority of those in 27 States are opposed to tho nomination of Mr. Cleveland. Frienda of Senator Blackburn in Kentucky have been requested to attend a conference at Chicago July 1 to consider plans in tho interest of his presidential candidacy. The populists of the Eighth District are urging Attorney W. P. Marsh, of Lawrenceburg, to become a candidate for Congress. Ex. And who in the devil is Marsh. Tho St. Louis convention ia said to have cost $2,000,000. McKinley and his supporters put up JG 10,000 and the newspapers paid out for telegraph and other oxpenses $470,500. Look out for an extra session of the legislature immediately after the No- ember election, called to pass "a deficiency tax bill," to creato a "prison commirsion," aud to authorize the conversion of the Eddyvlllo prison into a State School of Reform. Louisville Times cor. In au interview at Kalamazoo, Mich.,Muith, clerk of the Houae, stated that Secretary Carlisle told him last winter that if the Chicago convention declared for free silver he would support McKinley. Carlisle said ho baa not talked with Smith for two years and added that tho iatter'a statement was a gratutous and mellcious falsehood. The Hon. John D. White, candidate for Congress, writes a lengthy letter to tho London Echo in which he Bays he "will not submit to the intended primaHe denounces tho call for ry election." the primary aa dictatorial and without warrant, and says the primary itself will be "illegal, unjust and unconstitutional." free-silver es James Wealey, little bou of Jake Burkett, died Sunday of brain fever. An infant Bon of Mr. and Mra Wal-- 1 ter8. Garner, of McKinney, died Friday and waa buried in Buflalo Cemetery. Dr. J. J. Brown, a physician of Mt. Vernon, died Saturday of heart disease. He was at the prime of life, which at one time promised to bring him fame and fortune. Capt. R. D. Logan, one of nature's real noblemen, died at his home in Boylo county Thursday night of heart disease aged OS. He waa a native of this county and during the war whb in the Confederate army as captain of Company A, Sixth Regiment Kentucky (Morgan's) Cavalry, and spent many months in a Federal prison. At the close of the war Captain Loean and his brothers, Dr. D. M. and A. E Logan, both of whom had also been iu tho Confederate service, returned to the old homo and went to all of them unmarried and have since lived together. The Advocate saye: "He was conscious up to within a few moments of his death, and just prior to the end told Dr. Green that he was aware of his condition, that he knew his time was short, that he had lived as best as ho could, and that if the Lord wanted to take him he was ready and satisfied to go. Ten minutes later he was dead." Capt. Logan waa a splendid specimen of manhood and a grand rep resentativo of the old school of Kentucky gentlemen, fast becoming extinct. He was brave in wa and useful in peace and filled the full measure of good well-know- YiolBt Talcum and Violet Water. : Vi n : ; Ladies are delighted with these refreshing toilet requisites. For a Toilet or Baiiy Powder nothing surpasses the Violet Talcum. Our Try it BSF X : Violet Toilet Water produces a delightful bath. ii 3 X t Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by '" an Experienced Pharmacist. a A W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. Court-Hou- se, Stanford, Ky. IU v a 1 1Jtv tfr? . vwv wv - wv wwwwww wvfwtr w vw wVwvrbiSV w vw house-keepin- g, S U CC El SS ! 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. My Stock Must Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want GOODS CHEAPER THAN You bought them before, now is your time. EVEB JAMES FRYE, Huston ville. 3f citi-zensb- ip. Rev. E. M. Green, of the Confederate camp at Danville, of which deceased was a member, paid a high tribute to his memory. A great many ateH were present and the concourse, which followed the remains to the tomb, was one of the largest ever seen in the county. A good many attended! from here including his old comrades in arms: Capt. Thomas Richards, Judge SM. O. Fautley, J. W. Alcorn, R. O. Warren, G. W. DdBord and G. S. Carpenter. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. CRAIG & HOCKER, -- Jl. DEALERS IN -- i t It )c "SruoG, SKsrrvlcals, Oils, Paxruxs, Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. J jf $ 3f J Pays to Dsal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. J J c"5 John G.Smith, of Casey,'rcounty, is Jf years old and is only 3 feet and 11 inches tall. y John Beard, collector of Nicholas ville, has been indicted for shortage in his accounts, amounting to over $3,000. Lie has not been found. During the thunder storm of the other day lightning struck ajtree on Sam Cecil's farm and left 15 dead sheep on tho ground beneath it. Advocate. John F. Franks, ofj Lebanon, Ind., shot and fatally wounded Walter C. a Oincinnitian, at High Bridge, Ky., Sunday, in a quarrel over tho money question. H. Mac Anderson, a Frinceton man, has been engaged to train the Centre College football team this fall, and he will begin his work early in the session, which begins Sept. 9. Near Kingston, in Madison, Chas. Golden shot his brother in the breast with a shot gun and then cut his own throat. Tho cause of the trouble is not knowrn. Young J. H. Byrley locked Miss Rosa Caudill in her father's.Ceafe at and before thooldman could be found to givo tho combination, the girl had swooned and when it waa opened she was more dead than alive. Inquiry has dovoloped the fact that tho copies of examination papers indisteachcriminately sold among would-b- o ers of Knox county, were all bogus and wore gotten up by a shrewd crook who pretended to havo gotten hold of a copy and who Bold his own questions to the applicants for $o, each. 35 ex-cit- -- K Ji GASH CLEARANCE SALE ! Em-met- t, I ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Joe Ho wont a mile in 2:03 at Omaha the other day. J. E. Wright sold in Cincinnati a car load of hoga at 3 10. Carroll Reid'a Hocdwink ran third in a race at Latonia Saturday. Maceo, a 1 to 15 favorite, won the Harrod stakes at Latonia Saturday. Tho first car load of new wheat received at Columbia, Tenn., sold at 52Jc. M.A.Phelps sold to Wngora and Hales GO hogs, averaging 220 pounds at 2 Richmond Register. Tho Versailles Fair A8ociation haa opened seven purses of 1300 each for its meeting which begins Aug. 12. After much litigation tho snlo of Capt. B. J. Treacy'e horees at Lexingtou has been postponed until October. Woods A Lynn bought of M. J. Harris a lot of hogs at 2 55 aud of John Buchanan a bunch of lauiba at 3) to 4c. THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further notice. Come early and avoid the rush. GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER A Clean and Well-Selec- ted line of Millinery Reduced One Half. double-barrele- d Bar-bourvi- lle A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chil dren'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. hook Qui for Our Ccqire Table! Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. Tiie great old brood mare, Beautiful Belle, has foaled a filly colt by Advertiser, 2. 15. She is 24 years old and has foals. Tho progeny of Nancy Hanka and Arion haa been named Narion, evidently from a combination of the names of tho dam and sire. The Owenton Herald Bays that O. II. Wood has a Cotswold and Leicester sheep three years old that weigba 351 pounds and sheared 21 pounds of flno 17 CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. had Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. first-cla- ss We are yours for goods at iow prices. The editors enjoyed their visit to and Canned Goods. wool s n, R. E. Thompson was out from Garrard county this week and bought about 300 lambs at 2 and 2J centB. Mt. Vernon Eagle. John Dillehay, of Danville, haa charge of Warren Russell's string, including the good horse, Connor, 2:131. He will go through tho Western circuit with them. The peach crop in Kentucky ia the largest for years, and even this early in tho season peaches are soiling in this city for 25 centa a bushel. The quality ia good, and at present Louisville is one of the largeat peach markets in the world. Courier Journal. T. W. Samuels & Son, of Deatsvile, write the Farmers Home Journal: On the 13th Inst, we weighed to Brown A McCandless, for Myera & Houaman, Baltimore, Md., 130 cattle, average weight 1,382; price 13.80. We fed these cattle lew;tban alz months; they made an aver age gain of 3S7 lbs,, the best we have ever realized before, and we have never known stoppers in this county to make sneb a gain, Georgetown greatly. John A. Bell, of the Georgetown Times, president of the association delivered the address, followed by an address of welcome by the Hon. W. O. Owens, of Georgetown, with a by Arthur Y. Ford, of the Courier Journal. Ben D. Ringo, of the Park City Times, waa elected president; Loving W, Gaines, of the Elkton Progress, vice president, and Robert E. Morning-sta- r, secretary. Invitations were extended by Middlesboro aud Bowling Green for the meeting next year. The association was entertained at luncheon by Mrs. Mary Cecil Cantrill and at night a banquet was given at the College. Next morning the party, 75 strong, left on special train furnished by the Southern and the L. & N. for Cumberland in the Atlantic, near Brunswick, Ga. la-la- CHARLES WHEELER June 1S96. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. fl Wise Hunter. Mary had a little wheel She uted to ride for ihow, And one day everywhere the went The bicycle did go. And when the rode the thing from school. She gave a little cough, And (aid the realty didn't think She felt like getting off. Now, what made Mary love htr wheel, And keep on down the ttrtetr The truth ii that the boyi at school Had put glue on the seat. When I was one and she was three, I oftei sat upon her knee; But now her age is twenty-nin- e, She seems to like to sit on mine. T, J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, SPECIAL H -- Or TEN FER CENT. ON THE- - EntireClothingStook Qoods Lower Than Were Ever Sold Before. Now is your time to buy. TUB GLOBE, - Danville, Ky.-- ataju-uu- -" ' -- .ay- safe ?aayr. ,.v, ,. : j . -- .., y f ,.; -- If f ! if... .'.i, - V. 1' : !r i A Chicago man stole a suit of clothes in order that he might look nice when he was baptized. A little boy living in Ohuttanooga was spurred in tho throat by a largo gamo rooster, severing an ar tery and almost causing death from bleeding. Tins Week. A Marvlaudituan tried to scare hia eon by parading as a ghodt, Bargains will fly in the hands of the public. Surprises whereat tho boy took a club and broke of the ghost's ribs and otherwise four Look ! will crown surprises, success will crown success. maltreated him. Counterfeit dollars are in free circulation in Lexington. They are good imof the victory. With only 30 per would go if his claims were not recogitations and aro supposed to have been divide between them, he thinks nized. He is n Baptist preacher with sity. votes to child wnB drowned modo in Frankfort by an orgauiz-- d gang A lYiC for Calico. 5c for Toweling. that iia two sound money opponents moro gall than grace and more cheek than of counterfeiters. in a cistern, by accident, near Hopkius-villwill withdraw instead of "burning" their 5c for Crinoline. 4 c for Outing Cloth. Christianity. The contest has engenderJames J. Corhett and Thomas Shar' 6xiC for Hope Cotton. money to enter the primary, which he ed a great for Mosquito Bar. 5c deal of bitterness and Fitzpnt Former U. S. Senator Lyman Trum- key aro matched to tight to a finish for Bays will bo called instead of convenrick will likely beat tho upstart Laugley, bull died at hid home in Chicago, aged $10,000. Tho mill will take placo durfor Green Ticket Lonsdale. tions, aa the silver men have the machin- easily. ing tho next six months, but the location 83 years. ery and do not want to stitle the public upon. ThomaB Hawley, a Pittsburgh, Pa., has not ytt been decided In a card published elsewhere, in this will as it was in many instances by the While assisting hia sweetheart over recent county conventions, lie further Issue, Mr. John Sam Owsley, Jr.. who man, fell dead when he saw a burglar in a fence in Now York, Charted Valent yi says that the primaries will not be called has made a most creditable race for the his houee. whb struck and instantly killed by lightioc for Persian Lawn per yard. At Petros, Tenu.,aboy ignited somo till September, which will Rive him two Congressional nomination and at one ning Tho girl was not hurt. Thty were India Linen from 5 to 25c per yard. dishave it almost in his powder in a store nud two people lost to have been married next mouth. time seemed to months afterwards to canvass the trict. "Stranpe as it may seem," he saysi grasp, but was enRiilfed by the free sil- their lives. All wool serge, 36 inches wide, in black and colors, 25c. While beUeen 90 and 100 men The treasury deficiency for the fiscal were at work in tho Twin shaft at Pitts-to"I will Ret all the prohibition vote, al- ver tide, now sweeping the country and All wool novelty goods only 48c per yard. An elethough lama distiller, because they are district, very sensibly withdraws from year which closes today will bo not quite Pa., strengthening tho euppotta ot gant all wool Henrietta, 46 in wide, only 60c. Ladies' S.OGO.OOO all for free silver, and the populist vote the contest, which the party manatho roof, it cavud in ui.on them, mill nil Judge Breathitt, at Hopkinsville, fancy hose, 2 pr for 15c, worth double the money. A both amounting to 1,500 and I am gers have decreed ehall be won by John but turee, who escaped, probably perishflint h. nnnnrnto coach law Is un friends deeply regret dead sure of election." That Mr. Thomp- B. Thompson. His full line of hose from 5 to 50c pr. Onr line of Shoes is the ed. son will be nominated now seema rea- the turn of b flairs, but admire Mr. Ows- constitutional. Mra John. McCullough, of near R largest and cheapest in town. An extra good work shoe S. H. Ford has been appointed postsonably certain, but whether he can ley's disinclination to jeopardize the inter for 98c, worth 1.50. Ladies' Dongola Shoes, in all styles M. Sim- vord.ile, Grf., was found dead near her make his election sure ia problematical. eats of tbe party by a further discussion master at Owensboro, vice John home Sunday, having been murdered. mons, removed. and shapes, 98c, worth $1.50. Ladies' Oxfords at 50, He will nave a pretty heavy load to car- of the money question. His disappoint Uur husband is under arrest charged Peaches are so plentiful in Breckin- with ry, for Jack Ghinn weighs over 200, and inent of course is great, but he is a dem75c, $1, worth double the money. Our men's fine tan tho crime, and will probably be aro opening the free silver idea ia not near so popular ocrat and whoever the democrats nomi- ridge county that distilleries lynched. razor toe shoe at $2, can't be bought for less than $3.75 of them. aa he thinks it ie. Should he be pitted nate he will give an earnest support. up to moke brandy Charles Newman, aged 10, while any where. Don't fail to look at our line of Lace Curtains James Ed Berry was drowned in tho against Davison it will be a battlo of the Time will, we are sure, vindicate his pobathing in Ohio river at Augusta, took Licking river near Carlisle wtnio atScrim, Crash, Lace Sets, Pillow Shams and a full line nobantams. Thompson is not a good speak sition on the curroncy question and the cramps and drowned in 20 feet of water, tempting to ford the stream. tions at prices startlingly low. Our Clothiug Department er, it is said, and Davison can't speak at people will yet do him honor. died at Coin in making tho third person to meet death A Mrs. Flora Garrison nil. He just makes eignB and saws the bv drowning thero within the past two XI has every available space occupied by seasonable goods It is said that Jack Ohinn, democracy's but. O., from eating cabbage that had weeks. air. The canvass will be a daisy and the for men and boys. Children's suits 75c, worth $1.50; 1S2 to joint debate will be out of sight. People boss in this district, has decided ofturn been Bprinkled with Paris ereen. City, Mormon o'.dvrd in Alabama aio holdthe Joseph Moore, ol Monongahela out nil the sound money chairmen suits now $i. Youth's suits, 13 to iS years, $2.50 to $7, wont go to hear tuem speak expecting to and substitute free Pa., committed suicide and left a note ing out lliUenng inducements to worth $5 to Si2. Men's suits $2. 50 to S15. 10 do, men's learn much, but for the fun of the thing county committees, young men. They offer each consilver-Jo- e Thompson saying it was "too d n hot to livo." Blackburn-JohIt will be equal to a monkey show. vert seven wives and ItiO acres o( land. :j Cottonade Pants, all sizes, 45c, worth 75c. men. A dispatch to tho Louisville Post William Steers, who murdered Jack This ought to draw 'em like a sticking Mr. Wuitnbv is out in a red hot inter- from Nicholasville enys that in accord- Alexander at Paris in a most unprovok- plaster. ? view in which he says a criais worse than ance with that decision, Ohinn baa de- ed manner, was let oil with 20 years. Gov. Bradley announces thot hero i Notwithstanding tho business dethat which confronted the democratic creed that Eph Lillard, his right bower after ho will give the grounds on which b$ party in 1SG0 now threatens it. A free and side partner, shall be chairman of pression, 7SSI miles of railroad have been ho lesues pardons, because tho court ofA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, coinage platform will disrupt the party, Jessamine county. Lillard is said to be built this year ou l3 lines in 2U States ficials who have been in tho habit of askand from present indications such a plat- the most unpopular man in the county T. D. RANKY, Manager. Fred Bowman, of Hsztdton, Ind., ing him to pardon convicts roast him form will be adopted. Thero can be no and his advancement would not only bo fell down a llight of steps whilb walking fordoing so. Branch Stores: compromise in a matter so purely of an insult to decent democrats, but result in his sleep and died from the effects. Attorney General Taylor has advisParis, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg principle, and unless the southern and in tbe county going republican. Chinn, The St. Nicholas, Cincinnati's swell- - ed the sinking fund coitunistioncrs not m western democrats are disposed to reason Lillard and free silver is too bitter a dose est hotel, was sold at auction Saturday Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, to allow trusty convicts outside of tho with these of the east, he sees no etiance even for the most uncompromising dem- for $392,000, though valued at 300.000. walls ol the prison under any pretense, Elizabcthtown, Kranklort, Ky., for the party or for eouud monov. We ocrat, and the rank and file of the party On the celebration of the 04th birth- and they will no more bo need for tho and Mauckport, Ind. , fear Mr. Whitney is right, but he speaks will not take it. day of Mra. Kate HendrixiuGrantcoun-ty- odicialb' benefit. too late. The die is cast. The demoThe United States Geological Survey last week, fivo generations were presWe have indeed fallen upon evil times. '".U'm.T.3 l3'WUf WWlf ,W miffHjH crats at Chicago are euro to declare for ent. has prepared a report showing that tho The highest court divides upon political free silver and name a man who embodIn Trigg county, this State, Oscar mineral products of tho United States a republican circuit ies that idea. They have the majority questions and now judge, Breathitt, of Christian, moved Baker killed SamSbultz with a baso ball fir the year 1S05 amounted in valuo to for the ono and if they haven't the nefeeling in the inatter( bat as a result of a quarrel over a ball Jtil 1,795,290, an increase of $80,000,000 for the other, they doubtless by his cessary over the year before. Crow" car law of game. will secure it if they can, or abrogate the has decided the "Jim The fiscal court of Barren county haa One eflect of McKinloy'a nominaand ordered rule if they can't. Democra- this State unconstitutional e tion will bo tho consolidation of all the for the Negro, who sued let the contract for their new find AT-cy iB indeed in the middle of a very bad the jary to a railroad which to McDonald & Co., of Louiaville, for thread works, with a capital of $37,500,-00- 0 seems that Om- for damages against fix, and at this time it with the hope of protection that will u separate coach from $21,o57. nipotence alone can save it from destruc- made him ride in Frank Harris, of La Porte, Ind., shot give them a higher profit. New sharts white people. tion. himself through the heart when hiB aro already being sold at five for one. O. W. Lester, State examiner, has It is Bent out from Frankfort that the sweetheart told him she was engaged to At the Confederate reuniun, tho old been investigating the official conduct of fight between Burnam and Herndon for another. Cooking, boys will be carried back to war times Judge J. S. Patton, of the 24th judicial the republican nomination for appellate Five thousand women, with no men by a choir that will sing "Dixie," "MaryAnd Ranges for 30 days going at less Stoves, Heating, district, and finds that he has been drunk judge is ofl and that tbe latter will not about except reporters and policemen, land, my Maryland," "All quiflt Along Gasoline, titan actual cost. ever since his election and has not been run, leaving Burnam alone to try con- attended a reception Friday at MoKin-ley'- s the Potomac Tonight," "When This duon the bench since September, 1S9 The clusions with Judge Pryor. The result home. el Wans Over," "Bersha," and a score of State has been put to an enormous ex- of such a contest ought not to be in John Pace and the Cornett brother?, others equally as popular in tho camps pense for the services of special judges, doubt. Judge Pryor ia one of tbe great- who killed two men in a battle in Har of the Southern army during tho four while tbe old eot went right along draw- est of the latter day judges of our high- lan, have been allowed bail in the sum years of war ing the salary for work he never did. Mr. est court and he ought to be kept on the of $3,000 each. For Jucge of tho Court ot Appeals. Lester will recommend to Gov. Bradley bpnch aa long as ho will serve. Photography in natural colore iB to Leg that he call a special seesion of the be begun by a company at Richmoud, W. S. A good ticket for the Chicago conven- Va. The recently discovered screen proislature to impeach Patton and will also be John R. McLean, cess will be used. Of New astlc suggest to Auditor Stone to withhold his tion to name would Is almost here. Judge W. S. Pryor is now tho regu-li- r of the Cincinnati Enquirer, for president salary. At London. Encland. R. Palmer for nominee of the democratic purty in It is to he hoped that the fact that Pat and Jooeph Clay Stiles Blackburna dis- beat tho world's bicycle record by makvice president. Brains would be at this district. Chairman T. K. Moore has 15 ing 100 miles in three hours, 47 minutes ton is a democrat had nothing to do with in them issued the following: In obedience, to an Mr. LeBter's earnestness in the matter, count but what Blackburn lacka and 7 5 seconds. I shall make a greater efJames B. Gentry, the nctor, who order of tho democratic committeu of tho A great many have been due a long time. but if the charges are true, the disgraced McLean could make up in boodle. Free judge can not be too quickly relieved of silvor is a mighty taking card and if it is killed hio sweetheart, Madge York, was Fifth Appollato District, I hereby de- fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance his office. A drunken and incompetent properly distributed will win every time. found guilty at Philadelphia of murder clare Judge W. S. Pryor tho nominee of both to you rnd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for ac. the democratic party to fill the office of man has no place anywhere, much less dom cratic in the first degree. One week from Interest added to all accounts due judge of tho court of appeals for tho counts due, to settle at once. upon tbe bench, where to a great extent convention will meet at Chicago, where Tho L it N. was awarded judgment the lives, liberty and property of the peo- the claus are already gathering in large for $192,478.44 against the Louiaville Fifth Appellato District of Kentucky. last January. ita old claims for al- District papers please copy. ple are held. force, including those who thing they Bridge Company, in leged toll overcharges. NKW ADYKUTIHEMKNTft. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The special edition of the Cynthiana think that Blackburn is of presidential Tho court of appeals, before adjournDemocrat, printed on highly calendered timber. It is a free for all fight though, ing for the Bummnr, issued an order propaper and illustrating important persons and our Joe ia about aa good as any of hibiting any arguments on any of the and things in and around the capital of them. cases at the next term. Harrison, is up to anything we have seen At Los Angeles, crooks bad dug a The idiotic law in some States, which in the line and Editor J. M. Allen, bav requireB that the U. S. fUg shall fly over tunnel 120 feet long under a bank, inins taken the cake, can also have the all public school buildings, has at laat got tending to rob the vault, when the pobakery. a black eye. Tbe Illinois Bupreme'court lice frustrated the scheme. Frank Hawley, a miner, living near Allbn W. Thurman, of Ohio, who ia says it ia unconstitutional. It ia likewito NOW OPEN.- Providence, thiB State, found a neighnot a chip of tbe old block by any means, melees and expensive. bor in bed with hiB wife, and fatally says free coinage men should inaist upon We do not propose directly to make you a present, but wounded him with a pick. Present Engagements Give Promof their plank, even though WITHDRAWS. SAX OWSLEY tho adoption if you need anything in our line, you can save enough A census which hB just been taken this should split the democratic party. To the Democrat of the Eighth Congresise of Largest Attenmoney by dealing with us to make yourself a of Chicago shows the population of that And of such jackaseea as Thurman is the sional DiMrlct. dance for Years. which is consideracity to be 1,600,000, Come and see the many things we are offering majority of the free silver leadwra comSome time ago I announced myself a bly less than many expected. posed. candidate for Congress in thia district, T New Ideas. New Chefs. Sew Music. William Cavanaugh, wife and COST. " One by one the counties fall into line, subject to the will of the democracy. I daughter were sentenced to 14 drop by drop the saloons go dry. Clark now find that my views upon the finanWRITE KOIl TERMS. penitentiary for the murder county joined tho army of local option cial question, which will undoubtedly be years in the August Klage, at Danville, III. CUS HOFMANN, Propriotor. districts Saturday by more than 500. Pu- the issue of the coming campaign, will of jjtf The famous author of "Kathleen laski ia going to do the same, so ia Mer- not only jeopardize my own success but Mavourneen" appears nightly at a Balti cer and so will every other county if probably the interest of tho party, should more theater to eing this sweet old BODgt THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN. the country people am in the majOiity. I be so fortunate aa to secure the nomi accompanied by hia daughters, who nation, and for these reasons I now deWk gather from Congressman W. C. sire to withdraw from the contest. dance. Ben Taul, a Breckinridge county Is Agent for The Owens' statement of his financial views Thanking those who have so generously coinage of silver at promised me their support, pledging my stock trader, who disappeared some time that he is for the free HYL,t.c Co. found dead near Pike's New tho commercial ratio. That's exactly support to whoever the nominee may be Bgo, haa been And The do not want. Mr. and with tbe Bincerest wishes for the Peak, Col. Itia supposed that ho was what the murdered. Owens will have to revise his viewB, if prosperity of tbe democratic party, I am Accident After a six weeks trial at Washing- Aetna Youra Truly, J. 8. OwHLhY, Jit. he would monkey with ttie free silver Company. of Judge Holt wbb ton the alleged will men. and the estate will go Rent and Moat Favorable Terms cl Insurance. declared a forgery Tho Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e Dr. John D. Woods, who knowa the saya tbe commercial club ot iNowport to tho heirs at law. Tho estate is valued SALE. Co. to be will make an effort to secure one of the at $160,000. members of the Ma6on-Fonr- d gentlemen, abovo a mean act, schools of reform. The Fidelity Deposit Company, of honest And Funeral Director. A gosd Residence House in Suolord, with A family horse owned by 'Squire Baltimore, Md., will be hold responsible pays them a high compliment In the oa sama tot, (or sale. The lot contains Also carry a' nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buuev RoHac Bowling Green Courier and expresses Weathers, of Bourbon county, has ac as bondsmen for $10,000 of the alleged acre, and can be easily divided, putting store and Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Collector S. G. Sharp, houseprice residence ou separate lots. At reason vindication by quired a taste for turkey and ate 25 the shortage of his satisfaction over their able and on easjr terms. Apply to Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e N. SAUNDERS, Stanlord, Ky. 3jtf J. of Lexington. other day. the court of appeals. three-year-old $18,-000,0- MORE NEWS NOTES. Aktkk a stormy session of three days, the republican convention at Beattyvillo A boy in Georgia was stung to death nominated John W. Langley, of Floyd, by an ant. for Congress, on the 74th ballot, which Irving L. Ford was hanged at WashJune 30, 1S06 stood 74 and a fraction for him to GS and Stanford, Kr ington for murdering a girl. a fraction for Hopkins. Hopkins is now The Philadelphia mint coinod contesting the seat of Kendall in ConVV. P. WALTON. moro this year than last. gress and he begged and plead with the Six Inchps of rain fell Saturday in an convention not to turn him down and damIn an interview in the Cinciunati En- thereby show that neither his race nor hour at Rockport, Ind., doing groat quirer, Jolin Thompson eavb his noaiina-tio- n his contest was endorsed by the party. age. A man who murdered his wife and for CoDsreea in this district ia a fore It was no go, however, nnd when Soitz sister w was lynched at Ln Plata, Rone conclusion, that 70 per cent, of the withdrew, the delegates bolted instrucMd. voters aro for free silver and itia the idea tions snd sent the old man back to the John D. Rickfellor, up to date, has not the man, which will Rive him the flox, at least that is where ho said ho given $7,420,000 to tho Chicago Univercent, in-latwo-year-o- ld :5k53I3Si Every Tfiino If Hum Domestic Goods. 6-V- e. J Persian Lawn 10c Per Yard. n, de-oiii- 3 a -- uinbi-ttou- s n ri j LOUISVILLE STORE. i rj m li.y-.t.'y-'.?.;.r.t.'ir.i..y--7.t- .t W two-thir- ds TT two-thir- ds court-hous- AT YOUR PRICE. 1 W. H. WEAREN & CO. JUDGE PRYOR Your jKccour)i Vbout DUE. 3-- H. J. McROBERTS. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS -- nice-presen- t. Sr-A- i W. P. TATE, Stanford. UNDERTAKING -- York Ins. free-silverit- es Insurance eJt) CL BSMLaLRir, RESIDENCE FOR e Practical Trimmer, Erabalmer store-hous- ex-T- ax UMfc Wmil rc 7 Fink candies at Warren ,fc 0; Mi-WE- L: INTEKIOV JfiUBldi!. Junm: 30, 1890 Mibs Essie n Burcu continues very ill of Shanks.' fever. Btanfoud, Ktm E. C. Walton, Business Manager. You should tako your prescriptions to Penny V drugstore whero prompt nnd accurate Borvice is nuaranteeil. PERSONAL POINTS. MlS9 E.MKLYNC Al.KX.lNDKK is visiting Ster- - in Unrein. MishSaiiik litiK Friday. Mns. lit) Lii.i-ah- p went to Mt. Miss Euma Owsley, who has been quite sick, Is almost well again. Mn. J. H. Collier, one of our good East End frionds, was hero yeatorday. Mn. Joe F. Watrrs is "building up his constitution" this week 1. e. he ia resting from his arduous labors for a season. Mips Isahkl Bailey has issued invitations to n party to bo given Thursday evening in honor of Miasm Ella and Wingate, of Woodford. The happy house party of seven, which has been with tho Misses WooiIb, is now enjoying the delights of Miss Annie Bronaugh Engleman'H home. Des-inoni- Accountb due July 1st and must settled. J. K. VanArsdale. Before you leave, go to Jeeae D. and get an accid nt policy. uuji hlxuui win ue reauy juiy isi, nnd you will lay us under obligations to be you if you settle it on that day. G. L. Penny, Exor. 9 m ..;; i "" " ." i! K?I rs 5i j f&fJzr. rewMjppjaaaiBB8MM;--i Wear-e- n Bituminous and cannel nut coal, tom price. Try it. Noel A Son. bot- Maoic Block and chicken food, best CraU & nnd cheapest on thu market. Hocker. Patronize homo inatitutions by letting tho St. Asaph Carriage Co. paint aud repair your vehicle. Wilkinson and cliildreu nru viellin in IturKiu. Mitu Fi.oiikNCK Mvkhh is homo from CITY AND VICINITY. Let Dankn repair tmit watch. Tun Campbell county giand jury has indicted "Detective" JohnSoar.l for suborning perjury in the Scott Jackson case nnd W. R. Trusty for perjury. Both are known here, where uotlmig good of either is ever told. A Somnamrulibt. Little Joe Lynn CofTey, son of Mr. Joseph Cofley, of Livingston, is n somnambulist from away back. A few nights ago, after tho family had retired, the little fellow in hia Bleep crawled out of his window, crossed the rnilroad track and went over to Mr. W. R. Dillion'a Hotel, somo 200 yards diBtnnt. A broom was standing in the corner of the oflico nnd with it Joe Lynn began to sweep vigorously. Several gentlemen who were present paid no attention to thu boy until they were almost overcome with tho dust, when they prevailed on him to quit. Their surprise was was V m & FOR C ASH For tlie USTesrt I 1 l i i m There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices In our CLOTHING AND SHOE Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. at once and get pick of the stock. Tiiirtsr IDas, DEPARTMENTS. Call C53S5BS W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. I 1 f he last of the Whrre you can get the best value for your money. band of burglars Ib in jail and he will soon join the others in the penitentiary for years, and it may be forever to him. Will Ev3na waa arrested in All I ask is Cincinnati Sunday and will be brought My entire line will be thrown wide open to the public. a chance to show my goods, and that's no trouble, for here at once for trial. It happened in this wise: Will Lovelace went to tho city on the excursion and there saw Evans, who refused at flret to speak to him. Speak for themselves wherever they arc placed. Come 'in and see Lovelace followed him up, however, and my line before you buy. made htm return his salutation, aud told him that a reward wan out for him for breakiug Mr. Danks' plnte glass window and stealing five watches, and added that Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and Manhe thought he had better have him nr. ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. rested. Evana protested, but Lovelace called n policeman and he waa taken in tow. The Negro then pretended not to know Lovelace or to have ever heard of the clmrge, but when Lovelace awore to the statements, he weakened and admitSince adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices ted tliu whole business, claiming, how family. prices on boxing, fencing, studding and of fJrah ever, that his father broke the window. on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Mks. Siri'iiKN Vamiri Neciho Boy Killed. Last week SterThe Danville Negro woman, who had Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a Orchard, spent several days with Mrs. jolcts. A. C. Sine. ling Curtis, the aon of W. H. unintentionally given tho gang awayt full stock of every thing found in a first-clasLumber Yard, and by James Lee. Now is th time to tiavii your buegy Curtis, of the East End, was overtaken C. V. SimhT and little Mh. amii'Mv!!. painted. Get the St. As- by Brighnm Leu and his younger broth- when she took one of the watches to n selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have repaired and jeweler, was with Evans at the time of tlnuKhter, of Iiuisville, aio at Mrs. A. aph CsrriHge Co'a. prieua er on a horse, and na he says, they ban nia arreat mid they had bought tickets to ever been offered here. W. Carpenter's. tered him for a race. Ho declined but the Dayton, 0. In , is the pnrt he took LoveDi'hino thu 11 years that Gov. Mc- - Negro Mies Viola Ciiii.tom, of Ixinj-tonbuys gave their horsu m cut and the uuent o! Mifs May Jenkyns, at Joseph Creary hhatieeti in Cungreii h has se started oil' nt full speed. In turning ai lace waa animated both by a desire for cured for Kentucky river $2,100,000. the reward and to be avenged. While Price Hospital. curve the horse ran against a tree and bo wub employed in a livery stable here. Mknjks.Hkniiy Inman nnd Ham Davis, 's The Liberty Fair Co. haa let thu build- threw til jin oir, breaking one of Evans hired a horsu from him, for which of Somerset, were thu cnuBta of Mr. fc. ribs and forcing it into his lungs, Lovelaco became responsible, and when ing of a half mile race track and tlxud M. Owens and family. ' from thu ell'ects of winch he died after he asked him for the money, Evana shot thu datu of the fair for Aug. Mies Katk Cook attended the Delsar-tea- n twodaya. Another story is that young Entertainment at Lancsster. The Frank Goodk, an aged aud respected Curtis proposed the race nnd that tie cuf him in the side, inflicting what might have proved n very dangeroua wound. crowd was very lame. Negro, of tho Cotley's School-hous- e thu horse, which waa quite h spirited Sheritr Newland received a dispatch Miss 1'i.oukm.k Krai returned with neighborhood, died of tlux yesterday. one, nnd upon this etatement a warrant from the chief of police at Cincinnati her brother, Mr. 0. II. Koch, from MadiThey are hard to find, Until July 1st, 1SB0, jou can buy any- charging him witli murder waa iseued yesterday, telling him to come for the son, Ind., and is hiauuest. and placed in the hands of Constable prisoner. In response, the Shertl asked Storikkkpicii II. ItiiKiiiT FxitiiiLL went thing in our complete stock at actual Benedict. if requisition papers were necessary, and yesterday to keep an eye on wholesale cost. W. II. Wearen A: Co. to Somerset The warrant was executed nnd the boy to this hu had received no answer at 5 Barker ft Cooper's distillery. The "Tansy Club" had its annual out- was brougt before Judgu Davison yestero'clock. Mn. Mahk Hahiiin and wife attended ing yesterday. Tho dny wad spent on day for examining trial. There weru n the burial of Clarence Ilariiin at Crab tiie banks of Dix River and the members large number of witnesses and the caae KILLING A T CllAli ORCHARD. Orchard yrstenlay morning. of the organization, as usual, had u big had not been concluded when wo went Mhs. W. T. Williams and children, of time. G'tunje Let James Slays Chirmce Hardin to press. Lexington, arrived Sunday to visit hnr At 3:30 Sunday morning George Lee DANKHifcSoN istiiu style of tho firm MISS FAXXIB SJUXKS brothers, the Messrs Walter. Jamea shot Clarence Hardin in the thigh, Orchard, and now. The junior partner arrived yesterMiia. Janus Fish, of Crab KiiU itaiii in llivr i if Mint 01 iw 'jlmm from the eflecta ol which he died iu a Mrs. Dr. J. M. Black, of Knoxvillu, are day morning aud ought to he named B. Thk party given by Miss Fannie few hours. The young men had been H. Danks, alter hia clever father, thu with Mrs. Dr. J. G. Curpenter. Shanks Friday afternoon and evening in intimate friends and whisky alone was Mn. J.JW. Baiikkii, of Jellico, Tenn. honor of Misa Olive Woodson, of St. Jo- the cause of the tragedy. At an early was down Sunday to see his wife and The blackberry crop in Pulaski U the seph, Mo,, proved an occasion of delight hour Mr. Hardin, in company with a child at Mrs K. II. McKinney's. largest for years and the people are hap- to the large number who attended. From guest of thu Springs, went to Sue Lef-t)Miss Lkttib Mkim returned Friday py. It is told of them that thu average I to 0, young ladiea onlj were ruceived, house and found Mr. James there. from a protracted visit to her sister, Mrs. Pulaskian can't pay his taxes, except on when refreshments were aerved and u An altercation arose between Hardin and J. Frank Walton, at Crescent Springs. thu years that thu hlacktierries hit. Ll -i v rPviil rTT L1 'r-dl-LO- . s general good time among themselves en- James and tho latter was struck several MissMaky Mykks Htarted to RichJ.lJLJLU.y joyed. At S o'clock ladiea aud gentle- times with a stick. James then left the rumor gained currency A wild-eyemond, Va, Friday. Truehenrt Bonrno men were both received in an elegant house and was pursued by Hardin, who iSf Remnant Silks at 24c Going Like Hot Cakes."&t na far as Huntington with the part- hero Saturday afternoon that Louisville went rru him for 5 minutes or more. Jamea yhad again been devtbtated by n cyclone. manner by Misses Fatude Mianks, Ohvo finally gave him the dodge and returned Mn. and Mns. J. M. ALVKiiens went to It originated from the fact that one did Woodson, Anno Shanks, Clnra Mershon, It was only n short Mc- - to tho Lefow house. Richmond Saturday to visit Mrs. Mattie sweep West Louhviile, in Daviess coun- Mary and Lizzie Logan and Doilie Kouerle, and Messrs. W. II Shanks, Will while till Hardin also came and the quarAlvereon. MrB. Alverson will remain a ty, destroying many housea and killing S. and Sam J. Kmbry, Jr., and after- - rel was renewed. He struck James with week. one young lady. wurds entertained by the Instead, Mia the stick again wheu the latter said: "If H. RoiiiNhO.v. of Middles-borMn. Jamkh The examiners, L. C. Boater nnd U.S. Doilie McUoberts, Hnd Will Kmbrv. Tho you do that again I will kill you." He down Friday to soe his broth-or- , came 21 parlors and lawn were both used for the did so and James made his word good by Mr. W. D. Robinson, who continues Young, tell us th.it ofjthu last batch of white tearhora examined, three got lirat, the latter being furnished firing. Thu weapon used waa a 3S calivery ill. ' been six second, 10 third nnd two failed. There with aeata and illuminated with Japan bre Smith & Wesson and waa given to Miss Jran Buchanan, who has Jamea early in thu night by Town the Ruest ol her eiater, Mrs. John A. Unl- - have been 10 colored teachers examined eao lanterns. Mra. J. 13. 1'ortmnu added Miller, who had deputized him to hsB returned to her homo atCrab and nearly all of them got good certifi- melody to the occasion with the piano d 'tn an, examination is not as se- and some of the couples embraced the assist in arresting some Negroes. The cates. Their Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Orchard. opportunity to dance by thu excellent deceased waa very drunk, but it ia denied John Ray and family, of the ven) aa tho white. Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock Suit. music. Icea and cako were served at the that hia slayer waa drinking. About 11 Kentucky School for tho Deaf, spent n Cihcl'it Court waa in session yesterand sold at the Very Lowest Prices. family of Mayor J. N. day for civil business, which required no proper hour and partaken of with zest. o'clock the same night Marahal Miller few days with the to the Lefew woman's Their preparation waa under the super- and Jamea went Menefee. juries. During the day Judgu h'aulley trustees of the school at String-tow- had Frank Smith, Frank Lucas nnd Dick vision of that queen of the culinary art, house and found Hardin there. A few Thk Mra. Sam J. Embry, which ia equiva- words passed between the oflicer nnd the CaBoy county, have Bolected Mies Dailey, all white, brought out and to tench thoir lent to Baying, they were very fine. Foh deceased when Mr. Miller waa struck in Kato Cook, ol this place, them for thu terms assessed lowing are tho names of those present in the face with a banjo, cutting an ugly school another term. Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at against them. None of them had aught gaah in hia nose. For some reason no Lackey nnd Miss LenB to ear why they should not take their addition to the ones mentioned above; Mna. G. A. Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. Misses Jennie Warren, Annie, Mary arrest was made. After the shooting Mr. Lackey went to Harrodaburs Friday in medicine. James gave himself up to the marshal Mr. S. and Kate Alcorn. Mary Bruce, Marie response to a telegram stating that "The present aeason will be the ban- Warren, Sue and Bessie Woods, Lucy who placed him under guard. Jf the 0. Lackey's son was dying. Mib Fannir Mitchell, of Middle-tow- ner one," said Manager Gua Hofmnnn Allen, Elmer Pope, Lillian VanDaver. statement above, which waa given ua by is with Miss Julia HiRRlns, who of Grab Orchard Springs, "lly July 15 Pearl Burnside, Annie Bronaugh Eugle-ma- an eye witness, is correct it looks like n case of but it's no telling Bessie Burnside, Linda Owsley. with her father, Mr. J. B. HiKRins, re- we will have a crowd, the like of which what will be brought ont at the trial. It Measrs. P. M. McHoberte, J. N. Saunturned from Tatham Springs yeatorday, has not been seen for years." Every thing is In readiness for a big season and ders, 11. G. Denny, A. S. Price, Albert was a bad place for the young men to bo much improved. caught nt and it ia to bo hoped that it Dr. LkeIF. Huffman, now of LexinR-to- it ia to bo hoped that Mr. Hofmnnn will Severance, Embry Beaziey, Jamea Beaz president of tho Ken- not bo disappointed ia the number of his ley, "Will Burch, R. M. Newland, ilarry will prove a profitable lesson to the was elected tucky Dental; Association, which met guests. There am already some 2o there Baughman, Carroll Bailey, Warren Hock- young man who survives and othera. Mr. was the only surviving son of Mr. laat week in LoniBvlllo. A high honor and a party of n dozjn or tnoro is expect- er, Charley llayden, Jack Rout, Geo. A. Hardin The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light Samuel Hardin andezcept when drinkTrib-blSchWHtikhoueo'a orchestra McRoberta, Thomas Shanks, W. A. ed worthily bestowed. and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best ol Rowan Saufley, W. W. Withers, J. ing was a peaceable and quiet young Mn. S. H. Shankb returned Saturday from Louisville will arrive extended trip through Tho fare ia A 1, and West Baden'a for- S. Wells, Cabbell Oweua, S. W. Menefee, man. As stated before he and hia slayer all night from an very cloae friends. The Missouri and Kansas. He Is more than mer head chef, who has charge of the C. E. Tate, George B. Dunn, Jamea 0. were friends nnd ated father who Is nearlv 75, and the two McKin-uoever Impressed with the West nnd says it culinary department, ia proving himaelf Reld, Fordyce Logan, Dr. N. H, sistera of the deceased are almost heart to bo the right man for the placo. is the llnest country In tho world. A feature of tho occasion was the solu- broken and deserve qud are receiving the Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see Mrs. S. 0. Trukhkart is back from Cham Oamdkn came to time and after tion of "A Floral Love Story." Carda sympathy of the community in which York. Uereaiter flho will dovoto New aesauiting ttie with 33 questiona printed on them and they live. It has been leea than five her entiro time to the Woman's Board of answering to the charge of another for the answers were distributed weeks since Dwight Hardin, another eon Foreign MIbbIodb of the Southern Meth-o-H- at Ilov. G. C. Smith, for which he waa fined to each guest and they tried their hands of the old gentleman, was laid to rest, ho church, of which she la secretary. one cent and costs, waa on hand when at unraveling the story by furnishing the having been killed iu nn explosion near hia caae for disturbing religious worship And Most Durable Stove Made. The hot air in tho laundry room, of was called before 'Squire V. L. Dawson, names of (lowers that would tell the tale, Big Stone Gap. "I have buried my wife Lunatic Atylum, of which tho Lexington were oilered aud Misa and 10 children," remarked tho splendid Saturday afternoon. lie declined to en- llandeomo prizes ahe was appointed superintendent, was gage u lawyer aud defended himself. Ilia Pearl Burnaido nnd Geo. McRoberta an- old gentleman to tho writer, "and it does caustoo much for Mrs. E. B. Caldwell, crosa questioning of the preacher was swering the most questiona wero award- look like my troublea ought to ceuse HKKD THK ing her to loeo her voice, and alio has requite amusing. Smith had sworn that ed them. Jim Raid couldn't answer any now." It ia to be hoped they will cense Thoroughbred I turned home. TTOriG! JkbJWIA waa drunk at tho timo ho dis- of them and he walked oil" with the and the few years that nru left for him rf.VAfcP Judge M. 0. Sauflky istho victim of Camden turbed tho aor vices, nnd Camden asked, "booby prize." At 1:30 the guests began may be his beat. My Breeder! were selected from tno beat herds neceesity. He had made all ardaty nnd Marabal Miller brought Jamea here of this famous breed of swine tn leveral different "now weren't you drunker on opium than to take reluctant leave after paying their A splendid lot ol pigs of didnrent agos rangements to attend the Confederate respecta to tho charming little Missour-ia- n yesterday nnd the trial will be called at States. for sale. Ured sows a spocialty. Satisfaction I was on whisky?" Mr. Smith declined at Richmond, even to having a Buit and expressing hearty thanks to the S this morning. If it result in his guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address cases to answer but all the same Camden waa of clothea mnde, but the preying BRONAUGH, for contributing so being held, a special grand jury will likeprevented hit for f20 an J costs, which ho ia laying lovely little hostess Crab Orchard, that have come up thia court ly be sworn to peas on it. much to their happiness. out in ail. , him. Uoc.-TEvans-Brow- Madison IhmiihIu College. Mies Kduix A damp, of Danville, ia the Solid silver tea spoons at Danhs. Ktiest of Mrs. J. L. YhiiIIb. m The Liberty Tribune ia now nn all Leha-no- n Miih Lauka Jaiuioh returned to Doitiik Prtns $- -. Craig A Hocker. homo print paper, having discarded its for the summer Saturday. "patent outsido" printed in Cincinnati. Jklly GlatiBt'snt Wnrren As Shanks'. Mies Hkisik ItoiiiNHON, of Lancaster, is Editor Phelps is to be congratulated. Mrti. J. B. Paxton. with her "Patents" do very well, till they HnuiiNs c McKinnky aro Invoicing. m Ukokok Huhton, of Pitlehurj?, camo get to copying from tho iusido and giving A t'kw tine bolts left to close out cheap. down Sunday to see Dr. J. F. Peyton. duo credit, aa wo noticed in one not lonn Miss Ktiiyl Uxazlby is ependinKa few Danka. ago, when It is timo to raise n kick and dys with her cousin at Crah Orchard. Foil life, fire and accident insurance, discard the deceptions concerns. Mh. John Wsiui and wife, of Purks-vill- e, call on R. B. Mahonv. Found Dkad. Richard Faulkner, an were KUfstsat Mr. Peter StranbV Foil the best policiea of Fire Inauranco aged Negro, waa found dead in his garMih Katk Coiiminy, of Louisville, is go to Jesse I). Wearen. den at a late hour Thursday evening. He visiting tli Misses Murshon and Llules. was in town in the morning nnd was PiiKeCRtrrioN work dono at lowest cash Mk. I. M.Oahiay, of OhlcsRO. is the seemingly In splendid health. After din" KiH-H- t of MifscH Anna and lletsie Mone-fe- e. prices. Craig it Hocker. ner ho went to his garden nnd was hard Skcond-han- d McCormick binder, good at work when his wifo saw him a couple .Mbh. A. I I). Root returned Haturdav of houro htifore he waa discovered dead. as new, for sale. B. K. Wearen. from ajprotracted visit to relatives in It ia '.' a Jit that ho either died of apo-pieTexas. NkW Process Gasoline Stove, good as or mm stroke. Ho lived on Dix Mh. as Muh. J. 11. PnuiTT, of More-lan- new, for sale cheap, J. A. Mudd. Rivet, near Mr. Joseph McClary'a and were the Kuost of Mr. Peter Straub's To reduce stock, I will oiler special was nn extraordinarily uood Negro. As Fruit Jrirs at Wairen Shanks'. great when tbey discovered that he sound asleep. n WillEvanb in IT PAYS TO BUY GOOD GOODS and LOW Fop The Next Thirty Days FRtCES ... W. W. WITHERS, - s) Reduction In Prices s ! d, I A. O. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Brig-ham- lu-'.'- l. . H"- -" s I' JUST IHflT YOU NEED: , White Kid Belts, White Kid Gloves, jeler. Ladies' Collars, Ladies' Cuffs, New Wash Goods, Linen Embroidery, Dress Linens, Butter Laces, Val. Laces, -- 1 Severance S Sor o. tete-a-tete- e, I Mar-jsh- tl PENNY'S DRUG STORE 1 n, een-tonc- ed Penny's Drag Sore G. L. PENNY, Executor. n, n, self-defens- e, n, The Insurance. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. TDI-KTTey to-da- e, y. THERE IS NO DANGER. Duroc-Jeri- R. H. HjRfettb iXLL ' jtJ-4j- A . .A ?..lkyfcA A--- Hf .pf55 ' n ITjtWjrT1, ' f-'- " -- ey ), rawsHPSwaawaw . iw mrri.iirttK V. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subThe Holiness prayer meeting at this ject to the action of the democratic party. place which met every Friday night, FabllahedfEvoVy Tuesday nud Friday has been discontinued. Dealer In AT B. Mr. T. 0. DoddB exhibited hia talk-inYJCAJ IX AJDVANOK 55a FKlt Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County submachine, the graphophone at our charged ject to the action of tho democratic party. krWhen not so paid 32.6Q will be support is earnestly solicited last Friday night. Miss Kate Bogle, of lluBtonville, hflB K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. McCORMACK been employed to teach the public ecbool a canJIdate for Assessor of Lincoln County, Trains leave SUnlord at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 at this place. So far no assistant has been Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Is m., and 9:10 p. m. subject to the action of the democratic patty. p.m., returning at 4:3 employed. solicited. our support is Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Our literary society meeting last L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Thursday night was quite a success. The M. EL.KIN - t 37P m No. 14, Train going North (or debate was "Resolved that a " " 3x3am subject Ko, to. ' Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, ' South -- i 04 p m No. gc, subject to the action of the democratic party. t oj p ra sweetheart has more intluenca over a " No. tj, young man than his mother." Mr. J. QUEEN & CRESCENT. EMHUY L. Beazley, of Stanford, and Hey. V. Train 1 pat Junction City ai follows: R.Davidson affirmed while Messrs. . 0. a canuiuaie lur .jiicftitur 01 A.mtuiii v,uuuiy. IS ...3.4s P ra Singleton and FULL LINE OF 11.07 P rn No. a North subject to the action ol the democratic party, and No. t South James North were on the " ...1.00 P ra 11.09 a m " 4 3 eariustiy asiis your support. a m negative side. " " " 6 " Mr. R. M. Newland, of " " ...6 00 a m 8.3s p m "10 , 9 " was to have debated on the afStanford, run no and N01. 4 Not. Junction and 5 and 0 trainstoitop there. City. All firmative but was ill and Mr. Davidson than took his place. The rest of the program was short but very good. An unusually large crowd was present. Mies Maggie Campbell, who has been Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot ill, is improving. Miss Mary Lyons is of Buckboard. convalescing. Mrs. John Bibb bas been very ill, but is improving now. Miss Al Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultiice Gooch is spending a few days with WILL CURE friends here. Mrs. A. 0. Dunn, of Stan vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows FORford, and her guest Mrs. Mollie Young, before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to suit Scrofula, Salt Rheum, of Lancaster, were here Thursday and the Times. Sores, Boils, Pustules, Call and See us. Eczema, Tetter, Friday. Alf Bibb has left for Chicago. is visiting relatives and all diseases of the blood and MiBS Annie Routon Garner, of Crab Or in Stanford. Mrs. You Well. chard, is visiting hei son. Mr. Walter Indigestion, constipation and dys- Garner, this place. Mrs. Sarah Dayton pepsia, kidney and liver disease went down to KingBville last week to see &JJL. yield to its curative powers and her brother, Mr. J. K. Carson, who is veMr. William ry ill with typhoid fever. m J when cured it Moreland, and mother, Mrs. Mildred And see the new Hats at Mil. Dudderar'a Keeps You Well. Fashion this week New Legon. new Moreland, spent last Friday with relaPanamas, all the new Persian effects In Flowers Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Trices, and tives here. Mac Williams went to Is Receiving his Sold in Lincoln county by Dress maklug done in toe latest stile and on short M I). DL'DDEKAK. Saturday to visit a friend. Mr. notice. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. MRS. KATK Dl'DDKKAR. John Coulter, of Middleburg, was in Penny's Drug Store, town Saturday. Miss Mattie May Hub " Craig & Hocker, ble and little Bister, of Chattanooga, Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. I W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. Tenn., are visiting their uncle, Mr. F. M F. B. Twidwell, Ware, this place. from cities with evrrylhlog thst am An unknown mm nud woman were is Inew back prettythe the MilliDery line. A visit in and J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Ilnrtl floap stnil Ilnrd Money. to my store vf ill convince you thl this stock Is Tanner Bros., McKinney. Methodist Bishop Willinni Taylor of found deitd in bed in h house oi ill fame Dim most complete. EQUAL RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES. ceutral Africa hut introduced amonx at Wilktabarre, Pa. They left a noto as Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. J. F. Alstott, Powers. MISSLICC1E HCAZLKY, Freo Colnnce AVonltl Cnjmllj Fnvur Sllrer tho natives of his diocese circulating folio kv. "We took morphine with sni-- I Stanford, Ky Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. For the Itenrflt of a Few. cidal intent. Should it not bo found out medium of bars of yellow laundry soap. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Tho Democratic state convention of As tho pro;;res of civilization has not who we are, give our bodies to some good T South Curoliim adopted n platform yet extended eo far ns to induco the mu-tl- doctor." Yours for Health, drawn by Senator Pitchfork Tillman African to wash hinwlf, or nnytliiuc James T. Cooke, UuclcUn'H Arnica Snlvowhich declared that "A Found and just else, tho new currency has proved satisAll persons desiring Locust I'ajts for plank Harrodsburg, Ky. The best salre in the world for cuts, lru"ss fence, post and ratling or wiie fence, can find system of fiuauco is tho moot potent fac- factory :uid is now in pour ml ttso. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ferer sores tetter, chap- what diet want at my store near Cedsr Lrcck, on to tor in a nntiou'H prosperity, and wo Crab If soino of our Popuh-t- s or silverito ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. the rlke leading from hand aOtchsrdsupplyStanford of good on tho restoration of tho money of papers Hud their way to Africa, we may at positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is also keep alwayskinds ot lumber for buildingplank . 33B., All money satisfaction luarantced to give tho constitution by giving silver tho expect to hear ero lonp that some dusky refundt-d- . Price 15 pertcctper boa. For orsat by for fencing. boards and shingles All persons deal.o cents siring sny article of this kind can call on me at Bamo rights and privileges given to gold. Bland or Stewart has found that by cut- W. II. Mc Roberts druggist. my store near Cedar Creek Wo demand tho freo and unlimited ting tho bars of soap in two and stampU.W sINOI.KTiiN. 16. Jitf coinage of silver at a ratio of 1G to 1." ing each piece "one bar" tho wiulth of Did You Ever. It is truo that tho nation's prosperity tho African people will be doubled. An- Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your trou 't relief depends on a sound and just system of other financial genius will dwnvcr that blcs' If cot, Ket a bottle now and peculiarly fuund to be 'lhis medicitic has finance. It is alto truo that silver should unlimited issues of Hat or soft soap. au pica tome rcliei been cure 01 su remsituom ana : Ky. : in receivo tho samo rights and privileges consisting of palm leaves stamped "one plaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence you ON IMPROVKD FAKMS 11 giin; strcnKtn ana toneConstipation, Headache, given to gold. But it is not truo that bar soap" by tho chief of the tribe, will hae uoss ol Appetite, to inc orjcs Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. thtso desirable ends would bo attained cause tho elephants; to grow more tusks I aiming Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Spells, In Lincoln county, Ky.atfi per cent , semi- an Melancholy or troubled with I) iy nual interest ; no commission charged. Address DOC DRYE by freo silver at 10 to 1. On tho con- and tho ditto trees to double their crop CARROLL UAILEV. Klectric Kilters Is tne medicine you need. Health W. DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon lluildlng, trary, that scheino violates every prin- Prices will go ko high that only giraffes and Strength arc guaranteed by its use. Only OKO Louisville, Ky. Kor blank applications and fur. jo ccuua Dottle at W. II. McKoberti' Drug Suite. Iher Information, inquire ot J N. Saunders, Atciple of sound and just finance, and in can reach them, and there will bo so s torney, Sunlord, Ky. directly opposed to tho great Jefforsoniau much soap that sonio of it can be even A Uouaonold Tronsuro Proprietor! doctriuo of equal right to all and special used to wash with. There is evidently u I) W. Fuller, of Canajohano.N. Y., sajs that Discovery privileges to none. great field for our cheap money agitators he always kecys Dr. King's New be without In the family would house and it, If It would bo a wasto of timo to show in Africa. If they should till emigrate, procurable. his U. A DykemannotDruggist, Catskill, STANFORD, KY. N. V., says that Dr King's New Discoveiy is tho freo and unlimited coinage of uobody would griove. W. D. that undoubtedly the best t'ougn remedy ; that he has Ky. Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, silver dollars, tho commercial valuo of used it tn his lamily for eight yeas, and II hat and roadsters and prepared lor sale. Free CoIiihko Not AiiitrlcHii. which is only r 1 cents, would bo to givo tcve. failed to do all that Is claimed for it. Why and Wagon saddlers bought and sold on commission. Good All kinds of Carriage, lluggy not try a tested. Trial lone Tho agitntors who try to got support bottle Ireerin.edyso li. Mctried and Drug Store. hall mile trick and belt stables in the country. 8 tho country a most unsound currency. Roberts' and Repsiilng done. Vehicles worked over at VY. and made good as new. A. 11 Klnley has charge Nor is it needful to discuss tho justice for tho silver standard by pretending Regular slic foe and ol the painting department and guarantees his J W. McGINN'IS. of a scheme for robbing creditors of J.W.COOK that it is tho only and original American a specialty anl for cash work. charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. la Mothets will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem-dAccount, due i.t of of tho property they havo loaned. system nro cither very ignorant of hislfcRS,0S croup and whoopiug especially 1 These things aro 6elf evident. But for tory or think tho people nre. Silver wm cough It will valuable for relief, and it safe and H GHKKK. give prompt Y. THOMAS A. II. KINLI.Y ,S era tho benefit of those petrous who believe used to mensuro values thousands of pleasant. We have sold it for several years, and that our currency laws favor gold by years beforo America was discovered, it hss oeer failed to give the most pcrlcct satisW. Richards, Duquetnc, Pa. faction. G. DANVILLE, KY., giving it privileges denied to silver, it and it might still Iks tho principal For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in All Kinds is necessary to state just what tho gov- money metal of Kuropo wero it not for Builder and tho great amounts of gold mined in ernment does for tho two metals. of Carriages. V, n. niLBY. Proprietor, NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC In stamping 25.8 grains of gold, 0.000 America during tho past four centuries. Repairing a Specialty. Work done and warrant ed to give satisfaction. AH work done when fine, "ono dollar" tho United States Thero is no record that tho Indians CONVENTION. All accounts due when work London. - - - Kentucky. simply certifies to tho weight and fine- over used silver as money, their medium Eromised. Your patronage solicited. 00 ness of tho coin. Tho mint stamp does of exchange being wampum, tho real am bette The Motion Route, which has I have moved to my new Hotel andthe public prepared than iver to not fix tho valuo of tho gold nor does it "American" currency as the official line to Good Livery attached accommodate been selected and every convenience d : Tho attempt to creato prejudice in udd to it in nuy way. Gold is coined at T. : Chicago by the Wattcrson Club, sired. Give me a call. TRANK RILEY. GO cent dollar by claiming favor of tho its market or bullion value. With silver tho government is moro that tho men who want it made our offers to all desiring to attend the liberal. Over 422,000,000 silver dollars monetary standard aro "patriots" mid Nat. Democratic Convention the HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. havo been coined, in nono of which is "truo Americans" is too childish for same rate made to the Club, viz : tho metal of which they aro comiMX.il argument. Every schoolboy knows that 58.00, being one fare for round-tr- ip Oilers his services o the people ol West LinFull stock of Coffins worth thoir face value. Tho United cheap silver is the money, of the paujHr coln and Casey Counties. Tickets will from Louisville. and Caskets always on hand. States takes silver bullion now worth 08 Hindoos and Chinese. How, then, can Manager. 95 D.8. Carpenter, be sold July 3 to 6 inclusive, good cents per ounce and coins it into dollars it be moro "American" than gold? - Kentucky. ,.M CALL ON' returning till July 12, if the Con- Crab Orchard, at a ratio which implies that it is worth Over In .Mexico. $1.29 per ounce. That such coins circuvention is then adjourned, but in Wishes to thank n.t wAiirtfts1l(j neighbors fur Ins Iriends and Among tho evidences of increasing In government's late at par is duo to tho any event till one day after the ad skill M.iKAiianathe future. Mr Granville llali-membcred In declared policy of maintaining tho par- prosperity in freo silver Mexico tho journment. any lime, a All trains of the Mo- will be lound ready to serve you ai Ac, to s STANFORD, KY., Mexican International railroad is f ity of tho two metals, nearly nice line ol Caskets, Collins, Kobcs, 11 3m from always on hand. non Route start from Union stamentioned. Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only 35 Cents, of tho valuo of tho silver being thus flat, Recently a good deal of fuss was made tion, 1 Oth & Broadway, at Louis("or Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of or depending on tho country's credit. ell kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key J. W, IlAUGHMAh. Tho silverites do not want equal in certain quarters over tho statement ville, arriving at Dearborn Station, M.S. HaCgiimin. Rings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and general repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmote'sS6 store, rights for tho white and yellow metals, thut tho company increased its business which is in the heart of Chicago, tiunford, Ky. but bpecial privileges for silver. They last year and hud an excess of incomo and but five minutes ride from the want free coinage at 10 to 1, so that, over expenses of moro than $1,000,000. rKOrKIKTOKSColiseum, where the Convention Tho facts uro these : instead of coining silver at its comTho nominal net earnings of tho rail- will be held. For full particulars mercial value, which is nil that is & in Mexican dol- or circular of arrangements made LIVERY, dono for gold, tho government would road were $1,0."7,-13!)declare that 371 grains of pnro silver lars. Tho interest on tho company's for representatives of Ky. by the Kentucky. is worth as much as 23.22 grains ImhuIh, however, was JfSOO.OOO, and it VVatterson Club, address E. H. of pure gold. Since tho market ratio of had to bo paid in gold. As a Mexican work in every particu- - Kentucky. Guarantees Louisville, Ky. tho two metals is about 740 grains of dollar is worth only fil.feU cents in gold, BACON, D.P.A., lar. Prices reasonable. Has had 13 years' ot 3" Bilvcr to 23.22 of gold it can easily bo its net earnings converted into our cur. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing out seen that freo coinago would bo tho rency, which is as good jus gold, would turnouts will leave our stab'.. Sec us rankest kind of favoritism to silver. pay only $r48, 070, thus leaving tho railtor rates. Inour road actually with a deficit. Wo think Instead of asking for equal privileges BLACKSMITH SHOP. tho silver mino owners and their agents our freo silver friends will soon learn J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, uro trying to secure class legislation that it does not pay to go to Mexico for work and satifactory Will guarantee - prices. Try our horse shoer. tuch as is given no other industry in tho urgumeata. Atlanta Journal. world. Rates TWO DOLLAIIS Per Dav. ly p, Semi-Week- Interior Jobrna. McKIXXEY. FARRIS & HARDIN, SAMUEL M. OWENS A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, JAMES GENTRY Stanford. Ky.V Office oyer McRoberts OTlCd Tur-neravi- lle J! Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. milium. Jk I wilt from now Drus; Store in the Oirsley EMMETT nmiTi Mo V 10 P- - on deliver the Sunlord Factory,! Ice regularly every morning. Price F. 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All bills must positively be m nth. J Prices to Suit The Times. Phaetons Any amonnt between and too lbs at Ucln, paid the first of each K IIKEMFR. JOE T. SHELBY & SHELBY, -S-'- S fur-k- tr Buggies, Carriages and Cooke's Thomas' -- Props. Livery, Feed mid Sale Stable, Junction City, - Kentucky. s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronsga Is i 6m. respectfully solicited. First-Clas- Sarsaparilla &Makes j. t. joiras, Hay Tin Sheet Iron Works, Rakes Stanford, & Ky. Car-Loa- d B. g. WBABEN. Sole proprietor Deaa's Mack Diamond Kool Paint. Kslimates furnished for painting Wrl, Metal and lion Koofs. Satisfaction c usranteed. All roots psinted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealirs in but lutein Pumps and Galvanlicd Iron Kilters, lslvsn Ued and Illack Iron Hoofing of all kinds, si tl M H. C. RUPLEY, J. K. VanArsdale. Coin Ono, Gome Two Farms For Sale. farm No. I contains agt acres In Wsskltigton county, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grass, well watered, with good impiovemsnts, including new metal roof tobacco barn fjr j acre crop. This farm is situsted in what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfoitablt residence house. Farm No. a contains oo acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large slock and tobacco barns. One ol the Lest improved farms in the county. lloth farms sre In fine state of rriseivatlnn, ell watered ond fcncnl. Close to K K. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDF.RS, 10 Stanford, Ky. 1 Jr THE MERCHANT TAILOR Tern-ple- ol Mid-dlebu- rg FMIN(& AND SUMMER 11 TO TH2S LA.DIES W. S. BT7HCH, Attornoy at Law, o ILSTOTjCOIE Stanford, House. Office on - - Kentucky. - Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial atttnticn. tS do-ma- W. FESr:N"2 1 pur-iks- A JUNE BUG! I20 Tons Falls Branch Lump Coal. , Dentist, Stanford, MONEY To LOAN - Kicit-abl- e, BAILSST" Si DRYE, Now is reur chance We need the money invested and will sell this smeeat ef Coal at cost lor the cash during the month of June, only. lay in your orders quick. NOEL A feON. Training and Sale Stable Kirst-clas- St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, g Mak-In- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKSTANFORD. KY. s Capital Stock Surplus SIOO.OOO 23,700 1 ono-ha- lf Ilorse-bhcein- ou-- y SHAW, THE RILEY HOUSE T. STTTTOIT, Attention of the public it invited to the far that this is the only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the slock holdets' liability for aa smouni cuual to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of tb. condition of the bask are niadt each yearto the United Stales govsra-tneand Its assets are eaamlned at stated limes by government agents, thus securing addilitoaa sndperfect safety to depoiuors. This institution, onginslly established as the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 183S, then laed as the National Haak ol Stanford in 1S0 and as the First National Hank ol jgain Stanlord in iSla, has had practically an uninter rupted eaistcnceof i years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly aud liberally than ever befoiein ita long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, turns and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d nl UNDERTAKER, J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, islV- The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Korcstua IUmJ, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. F. G. BRADY, W. llaydt 11, Sunlord; S. II. llauzliman.i Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; W. A. Triable, Staalord"; M. D. Klmotc, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanlord, ISA - ono-hal- somo-time- se-l- J. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, hit. Vernon, Ky H. Hocker, President ; J 00, . McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Atst.Cashisr F. A. AYERS, First-Clas- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Farmers BanMTrnst -- Co Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, s expe-ienc- , FEED SALE Paid up Capital 8urplus, . OK STANFORD, KY., Is now fully .organised and ready for business witk of -- if k c. STABLE, Stanford, first-class $200,000. 20,000. BARKER HOUSE, STANFOBD Somerset, Kentucky. FEMALEIGOLLEGE. - first-clas- s T Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. Prompt and polite service to guests. Right In Sight Sure Savins: Shown General with rheuMich., was At Canon Oity, Col., a triple execu- Monroe, but received severely afflicted from pain by prompt relief matism, tion took place in the State penitentiary using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: "At vaould ache so badlv that I could ina. Friday. The men who were banged are hardly1.1 hick 'rise up. If I had not gotten relief, I Domini- WOU1U I1UI UC HKIW l WI..W .uc-Thomas Colt, Elbert Noble and berlaln's Pain lialm has done me a great deal of ca Romero, who killed Policeman John good and I feel very thanklul for It." For sale by Craig & nocicer, ataniora, ny. Solomon in Trinidad. v w Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier, residing at Wilaiam Siielton, President. Superior Plumbing! By a workman of ... ...- keeps offfdlers. It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; Full of impottant Information no matter where you buy. 700 Pages, 13,000 UlustrationaJ tells of 40.000 axtklesandrightpricsofaacb. One profit only between maker and user. Get it! MONTGOMERY WARD CfcJcag AUcUgaa Ave, CO-Hi.116 CataA woman never really knows the meaning of We'll send you our she is the mother of logue and Buyers Guide, If you happiness and content until health of the child n healthy, happy child. Tho send us 15 cents in stamps. That depends on the health of the mother, both belore alter bitth. Most all ot says part postage or cxpressage, and and particularly the weakness woman's weakness, that most strongly and influences the health of children, comes from some derangement or disease of the distinctively feminine organs. Dr. Pieicc'a favorite Prescription will cuse troubles of this nature. It should be taken regularly bv every woman during the entire It give strenght to all the period of gestation. organs involved. lessens the pains of childbirth and Insures the health of both mother and child. stamps to cover the cost of Send at mailing only, and receive free a copy of Dr.Pierce's Medical Adviser. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N Y. one-ce- If It required an annua outlay ol J 100.00 to insure a family against auy serious consequences comolalnt the from on attack of bowel would feel it during duty their vear there are many who could not afford to risk their to oav it: tnat they Uvea and those of their family for such an amount. cents, that Any one can get this insurance for beiiir the price of bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, In almost evDiarrhoea and ery neighborhood some one haa died frcm an at um u. tack of bowel complaint oeiore lueuiu. One nrocured or a physicianlit summoned. nrdinirvor two (luv"..i.i :j run in ciu. p. 01., the ?,T..V fall .7 Can7,ou afford to take the risk lor o'clock ensuingforyear. purpose of electing officers for the t so small an amount E. D. PEYTON, President. For tale by Craig & Hocker, Httniord Ky. 31 Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Courses of btudy. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. The Scholastic Year for 1896-- 7 will open Monday, Sept. 7, and continue forty weeks. Before deciding to what school you will send your daughters, be sure to seud for our CdtnloKUO. Address SUCCKSSOlt toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undei sue same management. Uj provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as fully protected aa aie depositors in National Hanks, iu shareholders being held individually Uaole to the eitcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as eaecutor, administrator, trustee, dc, as fully M an individual. To those who entrusted their buisincis to ui while mnaglng the Lincoln National Haak ol Sunlord, we we here tender our many thanks ant trust they will continue to transact their business, with us, olfering as a guarantee for prompt atteav lion to same, our twenty years' eiperience l banking and as liberal accommodations as tie coasts tent with sound banking. Rndy. J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . It. Shanks, Stanford; J.IS.lOwsley, Sunlord; S.J, Kmbry, Stanford; Now J.B.Owsley, Sunford; Odorless Water Olosots, Frost-Pro- of MRS.NANh'IK S. SAUFLKV, J. f Cash, Stanford; Lady Principal. atf Water Pipes, PorWilliam Gooch,, Stanlord; A, W. Carpenter, MlllcdfeyUls), celain Bath Tubs W.'H.lCuinminsPreachers ill -WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO S. H. Shanks.lPieiideot, A specialty. NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out DriJ.'a Owaley.lCashler, of tne State. Ask your Danville W. M. Bright, Teller. A meeting of the stockholders of the Knob Lick, McCormack's & Turnersvllle Turnpike Co. friends about my woik. will be held at McCormack's, JULY 3, i8;5. at a 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE directors: Turnpike Eleotion. T. F. CLARKE. Clement House Dulldlng, Danville, Ky. 39-- td "i."0..00'10 'We boa Chu. Tanncr.jl days t SUnlord or at my aTnulia, I" Uatherott In Ottta-belt- s.