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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896070301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXV. CHUliCir CHIMES. Kev. J. II. Hopper spent LANCASTER, OAR HARD COUNTY. n STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1896. -- NO. 36 rV-? m day or two with his sister, Mrs. H. S. Wither, aud took part in the Presbyterian meet-Inj- j. In a round of a few weeks in .South-- , era Kentucky he brought 10 souls into the fold. Mrs. II. T. Harris, Mrs. It. 0. Wir-- , ren ami other Kood women have been holding services regularly iu tho jail since bo many are there under sentence. Mrs. Warren tells us that Anthony Al corn, the parricide, who is to be liun next month, says tho Lord lias lorgiven his sins and that ho doea not fear death. Dr. E. 0. Guerrant has endeared himself to everyone, who has heard him preach or met him during his short stayi which unfortunately ended with the service last night, as ho was compelled to so elsewhere. His sormons have been mar vols of eloquenco and earnestness and bavo had telling effect both on tho membership and the ouUldere; six of the latter being drawn to ttie cross by them and the Christians being greatly encouraged and built up. Rev. II. 0. Morrison, wife and Haiti Morrison arrived Wednesday and Bro at present with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen Their firBt meeting drew a crowded houso and every one present seemed to bo thankful that he was there. Mr. Morrison preached with his usual fervor and power and his wifo prayed with great uuction and earnestness. During tho continuance of tho Presbyterian meet-luservice will bo held at 3 and 8 r. t. at the Mcthoilmt church. g. I WlLUMlilll'lU;, WHITLEY CO Khv. A. S. l'etry preached at the Baptist chnrch last Sunday night. Union services will bo held in the Christian church next Sunday evening. Tho Teachers' Institute for this county will bo held tho week beginnii g July L'Oth. Messrs. Nelson ft Meadors ara having an additional store built to their '), houee. Martin, of l'ineville, wns hero the first of the week visiting her mother, Mrs. McOarty. Tho farmers are beginning to rut their oata crop Tho Into oats are good, but the early crop Is almost u failure. Our town will be very dry on the Hi, as no preparations nre being made for the day, but, hh all of our neighbors are preparing for something, there will be plenty of places for us to go. An almost serious dttllculty occurred in the country about five miles last Sunday, with tho Pennington family on one Hide and the Smiddy family on the other. The trouble grew out of Smiddy dogging lienuington's cattlo when thov broke over a brush fence into Smiddy's field. All the parties are before Judge Hose and there will bo an investigation Friday. Mrs. S. M. Hlack. of Madison county, returned home Wednesday morning after a two weeks' visit to her brother, Walker Mason. Mies Lucy Campbell, of St. Albans, W. V., returned homo last Wednesday, after spending several weeks here with her sister, Mrs. G. C. Mooro. d Mrs. Mooro and MisaTheo. Hill hor for a two months visit. Sher-il- l W. H. Hurnett is able to he out and attend to business again after two weekB Miss Lena Illness of typhoid fever. of Louisville, is hero to see Kichanlson, her grand mother, Mrs. Jatto Hird, who Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Silling is very ill. entertained their young friends very handsomely last Monday evening. A largo crowd was present, and a most Mica Adella evening was spent Hyatt spent Sunday here with friande. Miss Crrrio Downs spent Sunday in Pleasant View. Mrs. Mattio Gibson expects to loavo In a short timo for an extended trip east. Whilo goue she expects to visit Now York and other points of interest. Hon. John H. Wilson, of Harbour vlllo, was hero Wednesday on a business trip. Kdltor D. T. CheBtuut, of Corbin, whb down Wednesday. present Htoro Mrs. Sophia uccom-ponie- lo MA TRDIONIaITmAI'TERS. Frank Harting, of Clay county, fell (lend when he heard that his divorced wife bnd married. Robert AdamB and Miss Lena Rou-tol were marriod Tuesday in Loxington The Herald siya they will livo in Lancaster. Charles Goepp and Miss Katherino Mayer, both from tho Fatherland, but now living at Ottenheim, obtained II conse Wednesday nnd will bo marriod Tuesday. They walked into town to Ret their license. competed -- Mrs. Martha Gullman g contest with 15 men in a beat all the at Beaver Run, Pa., She mon and took the prize. She has an arm on her like a pugilist. She waa so elated over her victory that alio eloped with John Smiles, leaving a hnsband and four children behind. A Montreal man baa Invented a gun, Ib tho moat remarkable feature of which explosive is used and thBt its that no rnlMilea aio projected by an agency, the nature of which ia a profound secret, without noise or amoke, and capable of discharging the almost incredible number of 200,000 ahota a minute. spike-drivin- homo iu Loxington after a pleasant Btay HUSTONVILLE. with their grand mother, Mrs. Elizabeth' Mrs. Lewis Harris has been employ The junior endeavorers were given a ed by tho trustees of Stone, to teach Beszley. Miss Margaret Bright, of Stan- picnic Saturday under the direction of ford, ia a guest of the MIsps Thompson. their public school. Misses Bennett and Rose Yowell. Tho Mr. Malcolm Tilloit will soon enter little fellows enjoyed themselves hugely, SOMEWHAT LOCAL. another famoiiB colt, Garrard Squirrel, L good work has been done among the at the coming Kentucky fairs. The Richmond Climax says the little children of the churches by this society Mrs. James H. Kinnaird entertained iniani leit oy .Mrs. Lottie l'nelps Russell and it is to be hoped that it will begin at a sumptuous dining last week in hon- died last week at Hot Springs, Va. the next year with a largely increased or of a number of her marriud lady Col. R II. Young, a prominent man membership. friends. of Woodford county, la dead. Ho dropRev. W. L. Williams will preach at There will be a Sunday school picnic ped dead of heart at the home of Euhanks next Saturday night and Sunfor the children of tho Methodist church his Luther B. Givens, at day morning and night. Rev. B. J. the 4th of July, on the grounds of Mrs. Harrodsburg. Pinkerton returned Tuesday from WoodU. F. Walter. Mrs, Nancy Young, widow of Solo- ford county, where he had preached SunMrs. Dr. H.O. Herring entertained mon Young, died Tuesday after a long day. A number of our people are being at a dining Tuesday in honor of her cons-in- , illness of consumption at her home near drawn to Stanford this week by tho Mrs. Mary Noel, and daughter, Miss Highland. Her remains were laid to meetings conducted by Dr. Guerrant and Anna, of Danville. A number partook rest in the grave yard at Mt. Moriah Ryv. II. C. Morriaon. of Mrs. Herring's hospitality. church Wednesday. A horse belonging to John I. Butler, Henry Spencer, tho dentist, who at- whilo loose on the street Saturday nlgbt, Quito a number of Lancaster's social people stormed Mr. J. Y. Robinson and tempted to commit suicide at Middles-bor- became entangled in a wire dangling a ahort time ago, has made another from a fence. The wire by some means brother on Monday evening at his country home, three tuilee from town. The attempt to kill himself by taking a large was wrapped about the animals hind leg merry party went to his home on horse- amount of mercury. He is yet alive, but and in its struggle to become free the back. in a very serious condition. The last atlimb was terribly cut and lacerated. It There was a parlor meeting of the tempt was at Barbourville. is now believed that the horse may posW. C. T. I' ladies, Tuesday afternoon, Henry Tornhill was arrested by Jail- sibly recover, though at first his chance with Mrs R. K. McRoberU. Twenty la- er Griflin, at Conway and lodged in jail seemed a slim one. dies were in attendance and report at Mt. Vernon. Tornhill was convicted George Weatherford has been on the themselves pleased with Mrs. McRoberts' of murder at Aurora, Neb., and mansged sick list for a week past, having had the reception. afterward to make bis escape. A reward rheumatism in bis feet. Mis. J. G. of ioOO was ollered for his arrest. John Foster bought a He Weatherford and her interesting chilgelding of Asa Wilson for 50. James has a long scar on his face caused by a dren arrived this week on a visit to ber F. Murray sold to J. G. Galloway, of Paint cut Bud has two bullet holes through hie mother, Mrs. Mary Logan. Mr. and Mra. Lick, 100 180 pouud hogs at 3c. James body. Tho abend of Auron. has been Jerry Smith, of Jellico, were here last A McCarley bought of Frank Holtzclaw notified of his arrest. week on a visit to her mother, Mrs. R. a lot of hogs at2Jc. B. McKinney. Mrs. Mary Young, of A BEAUTIFIL ADDRESS. Miss Harriet K. GlaBscock, who Lancaster, and Mrs. A. O Dunn, of near made bo many pleasant friends here, Dr. E. M. Green, chaplain of the Dan- Stanford, have been the guests of Misa whilo a giust at the Mason hotel, is now ville camp, delivered this beautiful and Mollie Harmon. Misa Myrtle Phillips, in LaGmnge, making preparations to touciiing addreta over the body of o of Harrodsburg, is the handsome guest give ono of her entertaining recitals R. D. Logan, which we copy from of Miss Mattie Dinwiddie. .'quire PeyMay success crown hor efforts. tho Advocate: ton left Wednesday for an outing at Henderson Jones, who recently shot Comrades, it is the first time since the Dripping Springs, where be expects to and killed Win Cumley, Jr., near Poor formation of our camp that we have remain for several weeks. Miss Sallie Rldgo and Hid tho country, has not yet gathered around an open grave alas, BraJshaw, of Mt. Salem, waa visiting been captured. A reward of 1150 has that it should he the grave of ono wo lov- Mies Mollie Austin this week. Miea Marbeen ollered for him, and it is more then ed so wel.' But there is a foe to whom all garet Benuett left Tuesday for Cincinnati likely ho will soon bo in custody. must surrender tit lust. The Confederate where she expects to spend the summer Miss Minnie West has a position in Boldier w ill soon belong to tho past. Our in connection with conservatory of ran-iher father's dry goods store as sules-lailnumbers are lessening rapidly. Of the Miss Bennett will resume her duand her pleasant smile ami gracious mancommanding our armies, not ono ties in Christian College this fall. Mr. ner is ready to greet customers Mr. Dex- is left. Of our lieutenant generala, only and Mrs. Beecher Adams, of Elkton, are ter Uitlloti, of Stanford linn accepted a four survive. Of tho 00,000 enlisted visiting relatives and friends here and portion s clerk in his brother's, Mr soldiers, it is estimated that not "50,000 flro at the homo of his father. Mi NanHumphrey Htllou's grocery. are alive today, and tho next few years nie Brown paid a visit to Mrs. Wigham, It Is reported that a German woman will decimate the ranks that hive alrea- of Moreland, last week. Tnis is the first and her children, living noar Huena Vis- dy become bo thin. We aro no longer time Mm Nannie has bson out of town ta, are dying of starvation. They weru young, my comrades, nor strong as when in livo years on accouut of her atlllction reetMitl) found in very destitute circum- we stood by each other amid Beetles of from the rheumatism. Mrs. S. Walton stances, in an old log cabin, penniless strife and blood. Some of you bear the Forgy and Bister, Misa Ida Twidwell, left and iu a most wretched condition. The horrible scars of battle, and all of us the Wednesday on a visit to their tnother( woman had been deserted by her Bears which time has made. Tho hardMra. Johnson, in Danville. Mrs. Susan est battles which some of us have fought Wright, who was sick so long this spring, Tho Bible reading circle will meet have been fought since the war, with is now able to be about again. Jamea with Mra. Khzi Grisham. Tho Bajitist hardship, poverty aud misfortune. But Tucker, of Perryville, and his daughter, society will meet tonight with Mrs. Jake among thi noblest specimens of inde- Miss Luella, are visiting their relative, Joseph The Methodist sewing circle pendent manhood to he found on the Uncle Hob Tucfcer, and also friends iu meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. earth today are tho unpensioned soldiers the community. Hunley Singleton- - The Ladies Aid So- of the Lost Cause. Would I speak toHOB It ITT REDIVIYU S. ciety will convene tomorrow afternoon day of courage and honor, of fidelity to at the home of Mrs. R. H. Hatsoti. duty, of unswerving adherence to prin- Swjijett Hhiwlffur the Comjrttnunal Nomination, The concert Tuesday evening in Cen- ciple, of tenderness and gentleness such Months ago I had determined to run tral Park drew a large crowd as usual. as belong only to the brave and true? I By tho hour nppointed many interested need only to call the name of Robert D. for Congress in the Sth district on a free in tho tine progress of the band had be- Logan. Ho was a good citizen, a true silver platform, but the candidacy of my gun to assemble, uomo on bicycles, oth- friend, a soldier who never shrank from own esteemed and distinguished county-ma- n, tho Hon. John Sun 0 waley, Jr., reers in carriages, hut the majority on foot. duty, never quailed iu tho hour of con- -, If the woathor permits two such con- ll'.ct, never turned his back to the foe, strained me, until now it ia perhaps too certs will bo given a week, on Tuesday and never (ought after the war waa over. Ute. Had I announced myself some When a violent disease laid its hand up- time ago I could have lashed the Ocean and Friday evenings. Mrs. Susan Pnco wns taken quite ill on him, ho knew that tho order had of Politics into furious billows upon on Wednesday, but is thoui-h- t to bo come from the Great Commander, and whose silvery waves I could have ridden Now I can only say if W. R. Cook has been sick s.iid: "I om ready." At t o'clock last into Congress. Bomo better. evening "tho tent was Btruck" and ho tho free silver men will give me the for oevoral days. Will D. Hjbiuaon, of Hubble, a very popular young man In went forward. Comrades, may wo all so nomination I may not win, but free and I will coaio out of the campaign this vicinity and for several years a stu- live that wo shall be ready for the com- dent of Garrard College, is regarded very rimml when it shall come Let us be true two of the most distinguished characters ill of consumption. .Mr. Humphrey Bal. to duty, to country, to self and to God, in Kentucky, if we aro not already so. lou has been qutto sick, but is out Pgain. and when life's battles aro ended we shall You may ask: What advantage would I Tho friends of Mrs. Klizbeth Smith re-- j ' crom over the river and rest under the have over tho Hon. John B. Thompson? Perhaps, this advantage only, I could lice to hear that she is better. Miss ahade of the tret"." prohibitionists of the carry the Mabel Royston is thought to bo ill of KINGS I If. UJ district, which I am informed he can not malarial fever. J. C. Robinson has been Meoslea are prevalent here, many do. But gentlemen, I can only make a called to HtiBtonville to tho bedside of eases having been reported. suggestion, T am in no hurry. All things, Ills brother, Mr. Fleece Robinson, Sr., Great crowds are anticipated at our even little thing,, like Congressional honwho continues very ill. W. LI. Kinnaird is at ilia place of business, after a sick camp meeting, which will begin early in ors, come to him who waits. I shall wait, but no longer than next term and then I spell. Mra. Win. Anderson ia also sick. August. Our people are exhibiting very little shall take the ofilce, like some do the W. It. Marrs, of Knoxville, haabeen visiting bis mother, Mrs, Margaret Marrs. enthusiasm over the near approach of the Kingdom of Heaven, by violence. 1th of July. Fontaine Fox Bohuitt. Mr. W. S. Ferguson made a abort visit Mr. J. K. Carson, who baa been conto Lancaster tills week. Mr. and Mrs. Mc KINNEY. fined to his bed for some time with fever, for a visit J. W. Miller loavo Mrs. Pern Prewitt and little daughimproves butalowly. Misa Jiinmie McCormack to Chicago. Wo have secured Mr. Hardin S. ter, EdnB, of Somerset, who have been lies returned from school at Due West, Young, of Highland, to teach our echool, visiting relatives at Yosemito, passed S. C. Mies Louise Erabry, of Louisville, through here Wednesday en routo to which will open in August. is visiting her grand mother, Mrs. Osie Lexington, where they will visit a Bister blackTho market is overrun with Huffman. Miss Lilly Dale, of Shslby-vlll- e, berries, it being impossible to dispose of of the former. They were accompanied is visiting friends in this couuty. by Miss Claudia Tomlinaon, of Yosemite. nt five centa per gallon. Mrs. M.K.Sweeney and daughter, Misa them Mr. E. W. Creighton, who has been Mrs. A. B. McKinney is visiting her Olivia, leavo Monday for a vitit to her employ of T. V. Ferrill, of Somer- daughter, Mrs. Cook, at Jellico, Tenn. mother, Mra. Smith, of Adair county. in the ia for stay. Mr. Keuben Givena, of Hustonville, baa Herbert Harden visited his father, Mr. set, at home of an indefinite en- been visiting at Mrs. A. B. McKinney'a. Lexington, waa Misa Anderson, Geo. R. Harden, of Cincinnati; Judge by Mra. Jamea Roy a few daya Mr. Jamea Davia, of Somerset, is viaiting Raines and wife, of Lebanon, are gueata tertained last week, Mr, Wallace Walter, of Stan-fcr- d, Mr. Moses Tanner. Miss Marie Alcorn, of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jarvis. Miss ia here to relieve his brother in the of Turnersville waa visiting Mrs. Jamea Young, of Due West, S. C, ia thegueat for a few daya. Mr, R. S. Lytle McKinney Tueaday and Wedneeday. of her scbool-uatMisa Jennie Wallace. store genial traveling mau of Stanford, ac- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith, of Jellico, Miaa Nannie Sweeney ia visiting her the Tenn. are visiting Mrs. R. B. McKinney, grand mother in Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. companied by his charming wife, were here this week. Mrs. Nannie McCarty, this place. Mra. Betty A. Melven, who John K. West are visiting friends in two lovely daughters, are went to see her niece, Miss Bush Kirksville. E, P. Brown leaves Satur- of Jellico, and returned home Tuesday. Mra. M. guests of Mra. J. M. McCarty. Mrs. day for a businesa trip to Cincinnati. the has been with her sis- F. Denny, of Steubenville, who has been Uainea, who Misa Lula Graham, who baa been the Susie ter, Mra. Fonda, for several weeks, ex- visiting relatives at this place, returned assistant trimmer for Mra. George Harto her home at Tacoma( home Tuesday. John Bibb who haabeen den, returned to ber bomo in Frankfort pects to return in Chicago, arrived Wednesday on a visWash., in a few days. The Missea Tuesday. Misa Adelia Maud Robaon, of to bis family, who reside at thia place. dehave Louisville, ia visiting ber sister,- Misa lightful visit to just returned from a Mra. it friends in Somerset. Fay Robaon. Misses Lettle and Liz- Henry Meade, of Georgetown, ia viaiting Charles Smith dropped dead in church at Goldaboro, 0. zie Brown have returned to their her brother, Mr, G. O. Baker. I J die-eae- e son-in-la- m yi- m m 1, m IP m m .. !- -- fM . FJ .i ' Violet Talcum aim Violet Water. Ladies are delighted with these refreshing toilet requisites. For a Toilet or Haijy Powdek nothing surpasses the o o : X. 'r 'XI a o j ..I T"l Violet Talcum. Our X Try it. Violet Toilet Water produces a delightful bath. X Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by an Experienced Pharmacist. !: t"l Nl ''i V .k W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. Court-Hou- se, 5 r Stanford, Ky. 3 VWA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAfi o tvt V.n .wUVA.VA&AAA.V&AJVAAA.U.AAAAaAA&AA.iAAAAA.'U ? rAyPii CCD B SS SU ! jgf 5Z 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. U sa & 35 ; My Stock Must Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want GOODS CHEAPER THAU You bought them before, now is your time. ..jf.-ii- EVEB 5g T; o.--.. A. JAMES FRYE, Ilustonville. AAAAi. VAAAAAAKnnAAA Com-rad- CRAIG & HOCKER, f JL- - DEALERS IN i "Qrucs, -- G"ksTTvlcals, OtIs, PaLris, J 3f 3f c. jc Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. i It Pavs to Daa! with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. $ J J 1 Iiub-ban- d. GASH CLEARANCE SALE! 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 line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilA Well-Selec- ted . 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. bi1-v- er I book Out for Our Centre Tablet Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. free-silv- er CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss CHARLES WHEELER June iS,'q6. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. The Insurance. The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best of all o, THERE IS NO DANGER. Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see Grin-stea- d, The Safest, Simplest I And Most Durable Stove Made. Pen-nyback- er - HIGGINS & McKINNEY. 3 I SSSsstets! m "wr. ' jMUZUbsu 1 H ' t i: 1 I I It is said that if the Chicago conven- strong, of Catlettsburg, was poisoned Bargains will fly in the hands of the public. Surprises tion declares for free silver every demo- candy called "all day sucker." is bing A shot gun quarantine cratic paper in New York City will bolt. will crown surprises, success will crown success. Look ! maintained at StovenBon, Ala., on acFor Judge of tho Court ol Appeals, ilobart is visiting McKlnley at Canprevalence of small pox. TURF TOPICS. ton. They agreed that neither should count of tho W. S. Logitl executions are among tho mako a stumping tour during the camGoldsmith Maid lms 85 (lcNxuitliintft Of New Castle. things of the pat in Ohio. The law pro. paign. In tho2:!iO list. went into ellect WednesThe Illinois delegation to tho Chica- hibitlng them yiC for Calico. 5c for Toweling. j; Thirteen stakes for the nnnuitl Mju. McKiNLEVnt last knows that he go convention elected Altgeld chairman day. meeting at Rutland, Vt., have all for Outing Cloth. 4 5c for Crinoline Three persons were killed aud one was nominated at St. Louis. A commit- and decided unanimously to support in flllwl well. for Mosquito Har. seriously injured by the explosion of a 6x.c for Hope Cotton. 5c tee told him so, aftor much pomp and n the convention a motion to abolish the Klamath, 2:0S, will ninko his flmt boiler in a newspaper ollke at Houston, Rtart for good deal of ceremony, when the Maje s 64 c for Green Ticket Lonsdale. thin yiar nt Denver tho lirht rule. made a labored speech of acceptance, exof next month. -- Charles D. Jacob, who has been four Tex. At Savannah, Ga., Oharlea Thomnd tolling "protection and Reciprocity the times mayor of Louisville, has announcThero nro utiUX to be more liort4 in twin measures of true American policy." ed his candidacy for election in Novem- killed Johnson McNeil over two cents. training ut Mytic park, Motlford, Mins., uio latter ow- than ever before, which What he didn't say about the currency ber, lie is very popular Hud it is thought ed him.the former ciaimou question, would Gil a volume, though he can be easily elected. trotting reeonl 2:12, ioc for Persian Lawn per yard. Mrs. Thomas Harris, of Fargo, N. Y will make his debut ius :i p;u-Ui the did manage to remark: "The platform The freo silver men Bay that no quarIndia Linen from 5 to 25c per yard. presented her husband with four boys 2:17 client Elkhart, Ind. adopted by the republican National con- ter will be shown to the sound money Matthew, Mark, All wool serge, 36 inches wide, in black and colors, 25c. R, J. Crable of Alpena, Mich., will vention has received my careful consid- advocates at the Chicago convention. Of which have been namod campaign the fust pacing mure Princess All wool novelty goods only .Sc per yard. An eleeration and has my unqualified approval. course not. Rule or ruin ia tho policy of Luke and John. A female Christian scientist and a Dora, by Prince- Regent, this mmisou. It is a matter of gratification to me, as I those who now bold the deck. gant all wool Henrietta, J.j6 in wide, only 60c. Ladies' Dollikins, i :1HV, the fa.--t McGregor man aud his wife were convicted in Toam sure it must bo to you, and republiIt isBaid that Gen. Ilobson contemfancy hose, 2 pr for 15c, worth double the money. A cans everywhere, and to all our people, plates running as an independent candi- ronto of having caused the death of a iiiarv, win oe tmi again tins sea-oWill Sweurinuon is getting her teudy. full line of hose from 5 to 50c pr. Onr line of Shoes is the that the expressions of its declaration of date for Congress in the Third district. sick child by neglect. Rel Oak, the llamlins' new green Tho militia has been ordered- out to largest and cheapest in town. An extra good work shoe principles are bo direct, clear and em- This would mean the everlasting defeat rioting among tho striking stone piu'er, is entered from end to eml of the phatic. They aro too plain and positive of Dr.JUunter, who Hobson says, is as suppress for 9SC, worth S1.50.' Ladies' Dongola S'hocs, in all styles in the juicing htakes. (Jeers must quarrymen at Berea, 0. Several men like- him. to leave any chance for doubt or question much a free ailverite as Rhea. and shapes, '9SC, worth 51.50. Ladies' Oxfords at 50, were injured in melees. as to their purport and meaning." All Hamilton Busby is authority for tho Senator Lindsay says: "It strikes caused tho deTwo fire bugs who 75c, $1, worth double the money. Our men's fine tan the samt, the Maje might' have said outstatement that Hopeful's l'st reeord devil, struction of property valued at over to raor toe shoe at $2, can't be bought for less than $3.75 1. right that he was for the gold standard me that wo aro going straight the was X':l It was commonly snpiKwd to I hope we will round to somewhere were sentenced at Cambridge, bo2:tl- now, since he was nominated, althongh but any where. Don't fail to look at our line of Locc Curtains place." Mass , to 20 years' imprleonmont. wo strike the jumping-of- l ho held decided free silver views a few before At the groat Hluslo Lslaud stnto fair Scrim, Crash, Iacc Sets, Pillow Shams and a full line nois the logical candidate Thero have beou large Bales of hides $20, 000 m purses and Makes will U years ago. The wholo speech is disap He thinks Bland of the free silver democrats for the of the year.' given for trotters and pacers and tions at'priccs startlingly low. Our Clothiug Department in Chicago at the best prices $S,000 pointing. It did not rise to the impor One packer sold last wvek 0.000 native for a hufreli'Kn larnagv r has cveryfavailablc space occupied by seasonable goods tance of the occasion, sounded no key A big row is threatened in the re- Qtonra t SI and 10.000 Texans at The St. Lawrence Valley (N. Y. ) notes and is a dull and prosy effort of a for men and boys Children's suits 75c, woith $1.50; S?2 State campaign committee. It S cents. Hor-- e Breeders' asftt'iutum has dull and proey man, who thinks he can publican suits now i?i.r Youth's"suits, 13 to'iSycarsTSScTto" original McKinley men1' is said that pnf:r..miiie of three stakes to Indian Head Cotton Mills, to cost divert the main issue of the campaign to will form a "the separate committee to handlo iCOO.OOO and to bo the largest in Ala- lx trotted nud lwioed for at ('anion, N. worth $5 to Si 2 Men's suits $2. 50 to Si 5. io doz men's his pet protection idea. One thing he the Hanna funds, and thus leave the bama, will be established at Cordova by V., July 1. Cottonade Pants, all sizes, 45c, worth 75c. Biid is worthy of note, after Foraker's The paivr Chiirhy P has gene a mile regular committee without any of tho the Nashua Manufacturing Company tf bloody attack on the administration. It over (feorge H. Hicks' new Combinasinews of war. Nashua, N. H. wjb that the people bad no complaint gives a uloo- - tion park, HtMoi:, in 2:10, wliieh Hcsing, of Chicago, says Postmaster A rntnrned nrosuector against Mr. Cleveland for borrowing that both the that Whitney and Ilill will be wasting my account of the Alaskan cold fields. unle track ore gixxl jmcer and the half money and issuing bonds to preserve the jut now. and labor trying to stem the silver He thinks the steamers will be unable to A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, credit of the country, but against the time at Chicago, tide lie believes that Alt- accommodate the people who will waut OUR CANINE FHIEND3. policy which has mado this necruinous T. D. RANKY, Manager. geld will control the Chicago convention to get away this summer. essary. In this he shows an honesty forTho mot famous dog artist was Laud- concounty, as absolutely as he controlled the Charles Lytic, of Christian eign to the average republican spellBranch Stores: vention at Peoria. was fatally shot by George R. Grant, Becr. binder and to that extent he shonld be Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg Seventeen stxx'ios of wild tlORS are The democratic party was born in whose daughter he had been paying his accorded praise. The Major promised to known. July, 1770, and in July, 1S9G, is lying at attentions to. Grant had warned him Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, mike a more extended exposition of his Tho "rfopj of war" aro famine, tho point of death from an overdose of not to come to his house. Ky., Hlizabethtown, 1'ranklort, views at an early day and until then let sword and lira silver. The only hope for the distinAt Fort Smith, Ark., Kufus thick, us possess our souls with patience. and Mauckport, Ind. Tho native wild doy of Australia is guished patient seems to be in the gold Louie Davis, Lucky Davie, Maomi July but the doctors are disagreeing, and Sam Sampson, comprising what s called the Dmgu Tub friends, who were urging Capt. cure, sysraSTOfcl Thero are over 000 proverbs in tho Wm. Herndon to make the race for ap- and a post mortem will doubtless have known as the Buck gang, wero executed EuglUh languiurc relating to dogs. for murder and criminal assault. pelate judge, seem not to have "urged" to be held. Louisville Post. The bimetallic committee will ask to sufficiently or to have lost their hold. At JohnT Rymau, a hermit, wno dud any rate, he says he is not nor will be a be allowed to name the temporary chair recently near English, Ind., turnB out to KiMiirinN oi riu: candidate. The idea Booms to be to keep man, and if this request is refused they have been a fugitive from Kentucky jusfrom creating discord by giving A. K, will offer a candidate for that place in tice, who waa convicted in Meade counto., $ Barnaul a free track, with the hope that opposition to any eelection by the Na- ty in lS6i of murder and escaped on his AThe may defeat Judge Pryor. We can't tional committee. Senator Harris, of way to the penitentiary. Of Stanford. Ky-believe that the people will retire that Tennessee, and Gov. Hogg, of Texas, are ARM AND TRA DE ITEMS able jurist and thoroughly equipped law- both talked of for chairman. At the clow at MuIimm oh Jhm SMh, tsW. The Anderson News, which lives in yer for new and untried material, but Granville Cecil sold to John Etnbry will realize what would be the condition a free silver atmosphere, after speaking 49 extra good fat cattle at lc KltOUHCIE. of our highest court without Judge Pry-or- 's of Mr. Owsley's withdrawal says: The Cooking, Louis Walz bought of Charles WithNotw ami Mlb'llMMBtJ valuable eervicep, and elect him by a fight having thus narrowed down be- ers a small bunch of shoata at 2Jc. And Ranges for 30 days going at less Stoves, Hft,tK 77 Heating, 7 thoroughbred yearling: nthtr Ml (Mil l!atk greater vote than he has ever been giv- tween the representatives of the gold Forty-twthan actual cost. Gasoline, J.S71 w OrtrfH en. and silver wings of the party, the race sold at Latonia at an average of I ISO. : 1,7X1 7 . liKt from ImmLs.. will be a lively one from now on. We .. . J. H. Baughman it Co. will pay the Hunk ,.xi to There's many a slip 'twist the neck are not in the prophesying business, and MM ll rurMltumMd kxtana... highest price for select shock wheat. and tho noose, Jackson and Walling, the ......... . 11.77" irt shall not attempt to say which one will Roller Mills paid 5Tc I ) The Lebanon fiends who murdered poor Pearl- - Bryan win, but it is apparent that neither has a per bushel for two of wheat. ISM I7fi i.' are finding. New trials have been denied walkover. Riley Grannnn is said to havo won 1.U8ILITIBS. them, but the court of appeals will now Tne Harrodsburg Sayings commends 130,000 on oue rare at Sheejwhead ( jpitat Murk . S"V") ci take a band, and as it will not be iu sesof Mr. Owsley in withdrawing v 17,T Inlm n. HHtris bought the Silra virjiliM runt! mm again till next fall, the two arch the course sion , from the Congressional race and suggests Cobb farm of '2J acres, in Madison, at Hill rMliceated.. ii fiends have taken fresh courage and hope lmlirtdiwl lW.iTU .v; same to Mr. Foree, both becuuse he Is almost here. to celebrate many annual returns of the the 11.11s in Iu tolwnkt of sympathy with the democratic is out F. Engle, of Clark county, bus a Kuntl to iy tax.. ..... 7ftt J. night that saw them sever the poor girt's platform and the wisheB of owe that has dropped nine lambs inside bead and hide it bo completely from SW8.I76 n on the currency of 15 months. of his view. riKinxs. question. It will make him no friends Tn r, 000 Horse Review Stake wbb lUroiMgs 6 aesa,... j,,iw t A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater efwomb easing "Old Glory" will spiead herself to- for Mr. Foree to eav that he is for the Chicago Tuesday by 'he Lexingmorrow, by increasing the number of her gold standard and then promise to carry won at 1 have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance 1H"IHKD O V AS KH.IOWS : fort than ton filly, Mary Beaufort. stars to 45, to represent the number of out the free silver policy. lJIlleml No ....&l 00 McGregor has gone a mile in l.X!WW Katar both to you rnd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for ac. J,IW SI States now in the Union. Tnere will be The Advocate says that the welfare 2:10 and a half in 1:05. Abe Coleman I u ml 759 CO taxes. counts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due three rows with eeven stars each, and of the party and the interest of the sound Sit) SI H,iHW 65 a bread winner out M4rlu 1'uihI three with eight staiB each, the rows al- money Bide demanded that the race thiukBhe will make last January. Mir!tia lMt :ihhH..... . il9,?i It IU SI ternating. The etripes, as before, are 13 Bhould be simplified by the withdrawal of her this year. A.l.le.1 J it lit) 90, 'm. A young brut,e in Fayette got mad in number seven red and six white. of either Mr. Owsley or Mr. Foree, and and pulled its tongue out by Clian-w-l ml m lu.H 2,JI 'It And long may she wave, o'er the land of as Mr. Owsley has elected to retire, duo with a mule Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. SI7,"2s to the roots, killing it in half an hour. He Mir!u 1'uinl rwislim free and the homo of the brave. the credit Bhould be given him for the sacri- has run ofTto escape arrest. I, .lohri I)lcy, CtililiT of the a!o Immul fice ho has made. His course disNew Yorkers consume 80,000,000 Intnl., ilo nwoar tli.tt the alnio Dtatt'itient is true In Tiik dear old Johnnie Rebs, who evacplays a disposition to subordinate his (. dozen eggs per year and ,00,000 pounds the ltt of my Lminluil ami uated Richmond 31 years ago, recaptured own ambition to harmony, which is com- of OWM.KY J. unper day. For the two articles butter it Tuesday and held it and its citizens It Owilvy thl July 1, to N'fyro mti hy mendable, and will, we believe, lead to they pay yearly J32.0OO.0O0. . conditionally. It was a glorious is'."-W. M HUItilir, N I' the favorable consideration of bis claims, J. H. Baughman & Co. have bougl t which tho old boys enjoyed with the fushould be apply for recognition in the several crops of wheat at 50c, which is zest of youth. Gen. John B. Gordon ture. S'l 'A. V JC M two cents more than the mills in Madi-Bo- n and our own beloved, Simon Bolivar and adjoining countitB aro paying. Buckner, were the idols of tho occasion. MORE NEWS NOTES. Mare mule, two or three years old, We do not propose directly to make you a present, but A childfof Jordan Taylor, of Mercer Tub democrats at Chicago may nomilight bay and untrimmed, came to my STANFORD, KY , OF if you need anything in our line, you can save enough nate a candidate equally as unacceptable county, was burned to death. farm a few days ago. Owner can get her money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presAlonzo Walling was refused a new by paying for this notice. S. H. Shanks, as the Anarchistic Altgeld, but thank the Lord it can't name him. He is of for- trial by Judge Helm at Newport. ent. Come and see the many things we arc offering Stanford, Ky. A,'sea lioness at the Cincinnati Zoo eign birth and therefore ineligible to the Monte Fox bought of Gillespie of 1.uih ami DlMxjiiuts ., .j'.'os.-til presidency. War on Germany ought to gave birth to a cub, which is doing well Garrard, 30 fat cattle at 1 cents, and 10 Mttcksuinl ISoriils 11,501 iJ,.'0,.l'tS W tSTAT COST.-ui- a Oitnlrn(ts . 11,1)1 M declarod for permitting such a crank be Clarence Vaughan was acquitted at from Arche Kavanaugh at $3.75. The I' Iloinlt to ,vi,imi to escape from its confines. Greensburg for the murder R L. Foster Gillespie cattle are-- extra Rood and are Hanking hourt, nx lire circulation 11,150 m furniture ami tUtim grain until delivered this line from luniks 1,07!! l'J N. Uaner, an aged farmer, of near to be kept on Althougu it is the biggest joke of the (aaliitliU S.'l'rwtmrtr iViSti w Franklin, committed suicide by hang- month. Advocate. season, Senator Blackburn is taking it 18,755 '."J McMurray & McBrayer shipped 240 Cash nil luiinl seriously and will really have himself ing. SW,0U1 15 Logging men on tho Kentucky river slop fed hogs to Cincinnati for which Total presented for president at the Chicago , have had the finest logging tide since they received $3.10. Jos. A. Cohtn Capital Mk k iU,in' 00 convention. Oh, wad some power the IT,,, 00 bought of W. T. Bond and W. F. Lillard iirlu Hi ml 1802. giftie g.'e him, to see himself as itheraeee aw "'J fed bogs, weighing 170 pounds, I mlhlilwl l'rtitit A man aud four boys were drowned 375 slop National Ifcmk Not IVtrnt ii .i bim, he would not then make a monkev $2 SO. Anderson News, in Lake Mattapan, Mass , by the capsiz- at Imlhliiiml M),71U yj BYonhimsolf. The Mexican government has re- lino to luilila.. ing of a boat. ,1M if, j r,y , Wichita, Kau. I'm.. to y taxt. ...., Oh for a Gov. McCreary to lead us out At Falls River, Maes., a man cut bis cently placed an order at Mock 75,1U7 M of the bewildering wilderness this district child's throat with a razor and then com- for (XX) cavalry horses, geldings 0 to 8 uml rtlutiou 2,0,15 iu tn)iy low... weighing from 1,000 to 1,100 could beat John Thompson mitted suicide. is in. He years old, ToUl 15 now, freo silver or no free silver, and then A Port Huron, Mich., woman full pounds, to be delivered in the city of ojdio I oh. IS, IsAt".,.- -. IJarutlig tiixo e5,WrJ Ml no republican would be in it. dead whilo whipping her son. This Mexico by December 15. fJ,W M The farmers throughout WoodfcrJ DMileml ought to be a warning. tWA 00 Harhiet BkechkuStowk is dead. And urlu The entries to the Louisville Driv- are alarmed over the ravages of the I.xiKiiiMM lntre(iMl ainl Uxt i,HH 07 now if her Undo Tom's Cabin will die ing and Fair Association closed with 271 chinch bug, that has appeared in many And Funeral Director. JsU 7U Carriwl to umllvlile.1 irgtlt .. 8S,502 also, all may be forgotten if not forgiven. crack horses in the list. corn and oat fields. Much damage baa Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes Senator Isbam G.'Harris, of Tennes- already been done to the corn crop in J. h, HOCKKU, l'roiiilunt. Tho next meeting of the Kentucky ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. it is McltOUKKTs', Cashier. INO. J see, is tipped as permanent chairman of the southern part ol tne county, Press Association will bo held at county. A. A McKINNi:V,As3t. Cashier. Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Hous- e Room feared, and also in Mercer the Chicago convention. s. SIX PAGES- JUDGE PRYOR I Tub silver men ore iu tho saddlo at An Ohio woman committed, suicide lOTKiORJOUKKAl Chicago, booted and spurred and will by taking concentrated lyo. tf listen to neither rhyme nor reason. The James Wade was bitten by a copper-bea- d platform will declare for freo silver at 10 snake in Claiborne county, Tenn., Stanford, Ky., - July 3, 1S96 to 1 without international agreement and and died in torriblo agony. then nothing short of a miracle can save An immense snake was killed near tho party. Porueroy, 0,, and when it was cut opou W. P. WALTON. two livo rabbits rolled out. POLITICAL POINTS. The little daughter of Vaughn ArmM-Wt- The Georgetown Times draws the following pretty picture of things in Scott county: Crops never looked bnt ter; wheat harvested, is short, but tlno in quality; prospect for corn never better; tobacco forward and thrifty, a largo crop set; oats flue; potato crop abundant; bay crop a little short on account of drouth in May; fruit generally abundant; more on peaches than usual; plenty of blackberries niul gardens filled with flue vegota-b'e- t532SI2l 2FT5 'jggrirTflSSi Every Tfiino II nun This Week. Domestic Goods. tmt-tiu- Jc two-third- Persian Lawn 10c Per Yard. lioir-ut-Lu- r - u. - -- - 0, pree-idonc- y. ... LOUISVILLE STORE. rigiSfEiE -- mm mi trust . I AT YOUR PRICE. o .. 1,-- I Ilo-o- W. H. WEAREN & CO. car-loa- ds B-i- del-4t- e nine-tent- fellow-democra- ts Your fKccour)i i$ About DUE. Jhi-h- i 12-i- -cit tj- - G H. J. McROBERTS. 11. 11 .1 Jr.T First National Bank, JUNE 30TH, 1896. yi "."J -. W. P. TATE1, Stanford .. UNDERTAKING -- s I no-- 1 W-M,- jr. c, M'GLAinr f Practical Trimmer, Embalmer M5 Mid-dleebor- o. .'JjnesjGJt-)ii-?- n i &mi-Week- ly interior Joushui July 3, 189G SOME HARD FACTS. THEY HIT TELLING DLOWS AGAINST FREE COINAGE AT 16 TO 1. II Btanford. Ky " W. P. WALTON. PERSONAL GOSSIP Secretary Hoke Smith Make W QUEEN AXD CllESCEXT. To National Educational Association, Superb Bailalo, N. Y., July trainH'.aml fast time. Queii nml Orescent paMenser Brvlet to.'.tlie Kast la nnerjualed. Connection In the Q'leen City with nil linen, rail or vater, to One taro tor round trip (plus 12) to Baflrtlo and return. Liberal return llmita Y. P. 8. 0. K., Washington, D. C, 1S90, via tho Qieen A July Halt rates for round trip. Rood on vestlbuled limited traiup. Ticketa Connection with all linen to Waahlnjtou. A good time to take your vacation trip at low coat. Ak amenta (or information lim-Iabout ratee, selling datea and liberal W Zdl, I). P. A., Cincinnati, Chaa. Chattanoo0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. ga, Tenn. Low rates will be made lor round trip tickets via the Q Jeen A Orescent Route (or the following occasions Plattsburg, '. Y Catholic Summer School, July 5 to Sept. 1. Detroit, Mich , Ancient Order Hibernians, July Milwaukee, Wis., B. Y. P. U.MeetlnK, 1. Hut-falo. 3, vee-tibul- ed Tho young khixlivo of Egypt In said to Iw nn excellent nmutvur musician. , Sheikh nn exilo from Perrihi nnd mi enemy of tlio Into czar, hiw rofiided in London bIiico 1885. Dr. Dover, tho ninn for whom Dover's powders woro named, was tho finder of Alexander Selkirk on his lonely islo. Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, who is making a reputation jh a lawyer in Washington, in thb widow of tho lato Djomcl-cd-Din- One of Ills Hlillcule tlm Proponed Rpecclir Free Coinage I'lcturm tho Awful Itnute We Moat Travel to Hooch a Hllver Haul. Woalil Finally liam a Iollar of Unrer-tai- n Valao Which Would Hamper Iluth Donicstlo anil Foreign Trade. Dt V.., tician In France, in about to bo received into tho Catholic church. Mr. Adio, this year's senior wrangler and Smith's prizeman at Cambridge, rowed In tho university eight and was stroke of tho First Trinity boat. Judgo Fain of Atlanta Kavwl every ink bottlo and pen ho ever used, to say nothing of old clothes. At his death they wero all carted to tho crematory. Priuco Fordluiuid of Bulgaria is not nllowcd to fix tho order of tho toasts at tho royal dinner parties in hiH own palace, Tho czar of Russia is not an easy Ixvw. 0"iieral U. D. Mussey. M. Frnncii do Pmwmp, son of tho lcst known Protottnnt pastor and poli- I , I I J 14-2- Lexington, Jnno30to July 10. Moat brilliant programme of all the year. Low rates from points in Kentucky to Lexington via tho Queen A Crescent Iloute. Oioaious 1th. Low rates from all polnta on the Q. A 0. Ticketa at 1J tare for the round trip will be sold via the Q A 0. July 2nd, 3rd and for morning trains July 4th. Good to return until tie 7th. Q. A 0 to Lntonla, li fare for 'ouLd trip from Somerset and other points Kentucky Chautauqua, 11 Jnly 10-1- 0. North. V tl.O. 0. Kis'tumiN, G. P. A , Olnclnna n years ; this has been and now is gold ; wc propose to let it remain so nnd adapt silver to and ivgnlnto it by gold." After this long experience in tho uso Father Damien's elder brother, Father Pamphilo do Veuster, having taken his of dollars based upon 211. 22 grains of until July 12th, oroneday aftrra'jiurn. place among tho lepers of Molokai, gold Uro advocates of silver demand its ment of convention. Go wtin the free, unlimited and Independent coinage , Father Conzardy, who at first worked Leaves Louisville Club. as Damien's kuccosor, has gone, to at tlio prcaeut ratio. July 5tb,-- 8:19 V M . ill for threo. China iu tho hope, of establishing a leper This Is really a proposition to remove from silver dollars tho safeguards of legdays. Particulars ftirninhed by E H settlement near Canton. Bicsn, 1) P. A.. Loulvllle, Kv. Queen Henrietta of Belgium, in spito islatiou which surround them, to withof her snow whito hair and her rank of ' draw tho limit and to take from them Uuoklln'a Arnica Salvo a grandmother, still fluds nmusoment ' tho support of tho government. It is nu currency by u woiU lot Tht but ! in toe ferer sores cuts. oru less in circus riding. Sho delights leaping effort to reach bimetallic ttler, snipsorts, ulctf I. iH rhtum, snd all skin eruptions. her horo through burning hoops and tho freo and unlimited coinage of two ' metals at a fixed ratio which places 100 ped hands, rhilbUins, corns p;y repuiied. Il It it positively eurrt piles, or noiltf.ctiori or money over ilouiiug hedges, nnd has jumped a cents' worth of bullion iu tho gold dol- -' .'..-- . ..........$ r,..i.nper bos. Hot sal by pet horso over n dinner table covered refunded, fnce cents lar nnd CO cents' worth of buillion iu with dowers and lighted candles. W. If. McKofwrls druggm. tho silver dollar. Tho oxperieuco of every country which Froo Pills. THE FASHION PLATE. . -Ol.. - l has attempted tho froo and unlimited your puuir.. . II tt llnrklrn ;.''.!, sidu Cblcaso, nd jet lre simple o or Ur. King s Somo of tlio new collarettes have colnago of two metals at a ratio disreNew Life I'ilU. A trial will conviuce you of their nd art action merits. These pllU rt csey In of conMlpiUon threo or four largu loopa of ribbon in garding tho commercial valuo of tho cure prticulrly Hectl iatli malaria ni liei ;troub tho bow ut tlio back of tho neck. bullion of each metal put into a dollar ror indilcW htdch Dlno sorgo is ono of tho popular ma- has beeu tho coinage and uso of tho have bn proved Inaluadlt. Tbty ar Iti thy ruaranteed to beperftctly ln from every delete terials. Sorgo drvuMeH aro nmdo with cheaper metal and tho loss us money of and to riaui aubttance by their ba purelybut (retable. They fancy vests and collars, nnd mako tho moro valaablo metal. Tlio priuciplo by fxyiDg tone action, do not weaken is thus expressed by Sir Isaao Grcsham: V. to the ilomacn aou kiw.h K'""7 '";("''" W. most scrviconblo codtuinea Regular nie ijc per boi bold by lyetem "If debased coin is attempted to bo druggdt. II. Mclloberta, Tho blazer suit in in ns much demand circulated with full valued coin, all of as over, and there is overy reason to will disappear from circulaAll Froo gupposo that It will continue bo. Tho tho latter Dlacov Thoie who hare uieJ lr King'i Newnot. have hkirt id plain and of tho usual daring tion, and tho overvalued and debased ery know in value and thoe who have coin will uloiio remain, to tho ruin of on cut. nw the opportunity to trya It free. Calltree, the our commerce nnd business. " drucgitt and (et tiial bjltlcChicago,bend and Tho now bodices aro so arranged that your name to II. K. Ilucklen A Co , This indisputable doctrino was taught King'i New Lite I'lll. aa they may bo worn oither inside or outget a inal bottle of Dr. in tho fourteenth century by Nicholas a copy of Guide to Health and llouiehold well at Instructor free All of which la guaranteed to do side of tho nktrL They havo points in Oresiuo aud again in tho sixteenth cenMc- . mi vnml mil coat vou nothing at front nnd on oither side, and fit tho tury by Nicholas Oopcrnicus. Coming kolicili' drugatore, snugly. down to 1717, Sir Isaac Newton, nt that A pretty nnd simplo neck finish is tiino director of the mint of England, llho.lle Voth. of thli place, wat taken In M. with nel day ire night aet cramping paina, and the cl black- inado with i yard aud it quarter of declared: In. She tuok a half bottle diarrhoea This is caught down "If silver leaves the shores of England She then ent to drewlen riblon. no rol.fl berry cordial, but got me to e il I had anything that would help her. with fancy pins in front nnd finished In crowns or in ingots, tho produce of I tent htr a botile ol Chamberlaln'a Colic. Cholea bow ut tho back. coins romelted, mid gives place to gold, ra and Dianhoea Remedy and the firal doo re- - with ol llertd her. Another andour neighbor had rbeen- , Ginllos nro worn with thin dreses it is because tlio valuo which tho monemhad tiled different l Inr lniil a arck Somo of the now tary legislation assigns to it, in relation ediei for diarrhoea, but kept getting worae. I aent and drossy costmnoF. uuiy lour uowa were re- ones aro itoiuted at tho back and front, to gold, is not correct " him Ih it tame remedy lulred locuie him lie taye lie Owes hia recovery Apply tho lesson practically fo our to ttata wonderiul remedy - Mr. Mary Slbiey, and aro embroidered or trimmed with ruchings nnd rullles of very narrow rib- own money. With freo nnd unlimited Sidney, Mich. coiuagoof gold and silver at tho ratio of Kor aale by Craig A Mocker, Stanlord, Ky. bon. m 1 Tho fashionablo dress collar is cut 10 to silver monometallism would retick sult, and the measure of tlio value of I.ait tummer one of oor grand children with a aevere bowel trouble. Our iloctnr'i reme quito high at tho back and looo enough our dollar would bo 37 1 grains of sildie had lailed, then we tried Chamberlaln'a Colic, to permit a niching inside, Thero lire ver, worth about 13 grains of gold. which gave very Vandykes Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed-and points of laeo falling over apeedy teliel. We regard It at the bctt medicine But tho advocates of silver coinago ever put on the market for bowel complaint. , tho outside of tho collar, and in mauy . Mrt r Till. grains of silver ..... instances an additional ribbon is woru insist that with 871 aira. r. r wreicory, ruucni.i'iu-i- 'i the certainly it the belt medicine ever put on colic admitted iu unlimited quantities to tho around tho neck. market fci dyacntery, aummer complaint, mints for coinngo, freo of charge, tho and cholera infantum In children. It never fall Now corset waists aro inado with bullion valuo of this number of grains to give prompt relief when uied in a reasonable the plain piinted directions are followed handkerchief fronts. Theso may bo tied time and would necessarily be equal, boforo coinMany motbert havo cipretted Ihelr nuccre gratrr in a knot nt tho bust, or what is much age, to tho coined dollar. This is true, tude for the curet it hat cflccted. better liked, tho long points cross iu tho and it would bo equally truo of 100 For tale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. front uud pass under tho arms and meet grains, or of 1 grain; if admitted freo Chamberlain't Cough lletucdy curet colJt, nt tho back, whero they aro secured and in unlimited quantities to coinage. cicu i and whooping cough. It it pleaaant, aafc either by a button or pin to tho belt-N- ow Indeed, if ohips wero admitted freo nnd and reliable. York Ledger. Kjr talc by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. in unlimited quantities to tho privilego e of being stamped into dollars, tho chips, ITEMS OF INTEREST. beforo thoy wero stamped, would bo A woman never really know the meaning o' happineti and content until the it the mother o' worth as much as tho dollars after thoy a healthy, happy child. Tho health of the child Franco manages to sell a billion oys- wero stamped, but unfortunately tho dependt on the health of the mother, both bclore ters a year for 17,000,000 francs. all ol woman's weaknett, and alter biith, Mott dollars would bo worth no moro than and particularly the weakness that most strongly An English writer says tho uso of chips. influences the health of children, cornea or dlseate of the distinctively iemie morphine by doctors is a constantly Another favorito argument of the freo nine organs. Dr. 1'ierce'a Favotile I'retcrlptio-wl- ll growing oviL Iu tholr caso tho temptasilver advocates refers to tho experieuco cuie troubles of thla nature. It should be tan ken rrirularlr by every womn during the entire tion is enormous. of Franco, aud they havo claimed all period of geatatlcn. It give atrenght to all the Boaumont and Fletcher's "Phllas-tor- " over tho country that France, from 1803 O gam Involved, leasena the pains ot childbirth and Insures the health ol both mother and child iu n French translation was tho to 1874, by fixing a legal ratio for tho stamps to cover the cost of Send at to 1 ), mailing only, and receive free a copy of Dr. Pierce'a play n Bolgiau workingman's olub in coinago of silver aud gold (at 15 Addreta World's Dltpenaaiy Medical Adviter DruKsol3 choso to perform recently, and kept tho commercial ratio between tho Medical Auociallon, HufTalo, N Y. two metals at tho samo figures. This it acted It wolL In a caso that has cotuo beforo it tho inaccurato statement has been ono of 1O8T IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY. supremo court of Illinois has just their priucipal arguments. If thoy will really examino tho history of France, that a marriago contracted by two persons, ono or both of whom wero they will fiud that beforo 1820 tho difference betweeu tho commercial value slaves, is mill uud void. of gold and silver exceeded 13 , to 1, In 80 yenrs tho Dukes of Bedford silver monometallic. havo spent 18,000,000 iu improving ouo and Franco beenmo 1840 aud 1850 the Later on, betweon cstato lu Cambridgeshire from which WHITE'S CREAM was less thau thoy draw f 0 nu aero rent. Tho land commercial differencebocnino gold mon1&$ to 1, aud Franco yields 80 bushola of whoat to tho ocro. ometallic. On May 14, 1700, Edward Jeunor From 1702 to 1800 tho subject of coinYEARS FOR performed tho first successful vacoiua-tiou- , age of gold and silver was frequently Has ted all WORM Remedies. and tho centennial anniversary of discussed by American statesmen, and EVERY 10TTLE fiUARMTEED.1 tho ovent was duly celebrated iu this no suggestion cuu be fouud, from any SOU) BY ILL SKVOOISTS. country and iu ovory country of Europe, of them, that tho government could rrar4 b BKRiBDlOV BIDiCIM Cb., BT. LOHS. czcopt his own country, Great Britain. overcome ovou a small difference in tho IJou-lognon Monon Route. OHlclal line to the National democratic convoulion, Chicago, Ticketa will be nold at ouh fare for the round trip on July 3 to 0, good to return Sun-iav- Kuitvr Wilholm stopped nt Frankfort for a few hoars for tho celebration of tho anniversary of tho treaty of peace, and within threo days there wero 40 for leso uinjvsUj in tho town. Mrs. Esther O. Ryder recently celebirthday nt brated her Rivcrdalo, R. I., whilo u fow days before Mr. and Mrs. Ryder colebratel tho year of luinlversary of their sixty-thirmarried life. Wonl has reached Newport that tho Duko and Duchww of Marlborough will return to this country about Aug. 1, to remain two months. Mwt of the tiino will bo spent at Newport, Marhlo IIouso being opened mid occupied by Uiein. Adolpho d'Ennery, tho French playwright, and his wife have resolved to bequeath 2.000,000 francs to tho French Actors' Benevolent fuud. To this princely donation tiro ndded tho mansion nnd musuiim in tho Avenue dn Boi.s do ur-rod- ts oighty-bovuut- li d I Tho Hou. Hoko Smith, secretary of tho interior, delivered n speech in on May 10 on tho currency question. It is a speech that should bo read by all who bny nnd sell nnd who voto or havo luflueuco with voters. It is as follows : Tho people of this country mako their contracts payablo In dollars. They do Uncertainty as to business In dollar meaning of tho word dollar must tho crcato doubt as to tho effect of contracts and general distrust In businetw. Tho dollar of tho United States at present has a distinct meaning, It is equivalent to 28.23 grains of pure gold Paper dollars nro mero promises to pay In coin. Silver dollars, whilo they contain bullion worth only about CO cents cucli, havo boon surrounded by safo- guards of legislation limiting tho num-- I ber coined and supporting them by tho credit of tho government, so that they havo been kept on a parity with gold dollars, grains of gold thcreforo mcasuro tho vuluo of what is mnunt by a dollar, when tlio term Is used for trade- here, and this has been truo for about CO years, with tho exception of tho period during which paper dollars wero deprecitd. Upon tho floor of tho houso of representatives iu 1653, when tho bill was jouding which made fractional cur- -' rency snbhldiary, Cyrus L. Dunham of Indiana, who had chargo of tho bill, New-Yor- k - ' l said. "An objection urged against thin pro--i posed ohango is that it gives us a gold Gentlemen talk standard only. ntout a doublo standard of gold and sib ver as a thing that exists, and that wo Wo havo had but a protKwo to change slnglo standard for tho bit threo or four t -' I .. j-- y- 1 t 11 fig-ur- o m - I , I I . m fromaom-derangeme- nt commercial value of inet.ils by freo and unlimited coinage ut a fixed ratio. This country failed to mid 3 per cent to the value of silver nnd i:in!;f It rqnul to a ratio of 15 to with gild pri'-- to 1834, and it failed to add 0 per to gold and make it rquul to u ratio cf 1 to 10 with silver sub queiit to 1640. No limit can be placed upon tho mass of silver Htill uumij.ed. G cd authority indicate th it the preteut volume can bo jrodueed nbout 60 cents au ounce. It is imptMil.lo to place and maintain a price upon such a commodity which would give it a profit entirely dNproportionul to that earned by tho nverago enterprise. Yet tho advocates of free coinago of silver now propoo to uudertuko tho exicrimeut at a local ratio of It) to 1, although the commercial ratio is 31 to 1. Wo aro therefore confronted with a proposition tn chango tho meaning of tho dollar frcm 23.22 grains of gold to 371 J grains of silver. As 371 grains of silvtr nro worth only ntout 13 grains of gold, it is practically a proposition, at a single blow, to reduce tho valuo of a dollar It is a movement moro radical than ono to reduce openly tho bullion iu a gold dollar to 13 grains. This would bo a step dangerous, but definite No ouo knows what 371 X grains of sllvor would bo worth under fro and unlimited coinage It is impossible fro soy whether tho increased demand for silver would carry 87 grains of silver somewhat abovo 13 grains of gold, or whether this increased demand would shortly produco a disproportioned Increased supply and carry tho valuo of 371 grains of silIs Receiving his ver somewhat below 18 grains of gold. I am aware that tho advocates of free coinago of silver object to estimating tho valuo of silver in gold, but all international triulo Is measured by grains Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. of gold. No matter what system wo adopt, unless our international is abandoned, our dollars will bo actually measured by gold, oven though wo fix them upon a silver standard. Tho movement for tho freo aud unlimited coinngt) of silver is thcreforo Dealer In an effort not only to reduce tho valuo of n dollar about but to loavo it in a stato of uncertainty. It threatens a completo change in tho meaning of tho term dollar to somo meaning in tho lf neighborhood of its present Handsome line of meaning. It threatens an entire change Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. of tho valuo of tho term by which conShoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' tracts nud credits aro estimated aud by Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. which business is oouducted. Iu every country whero progress nnd prosperity aro found tho great bulk of business must depend upon credits. Tho credits aro estimated in dollars, and whatever creates a doubt as to tho meaning of a dollar must tend to suppress FULL LINE OF business. Tho mere throat involves uncertainty, and this uncertainty must bo removed to bring back to business normal prosperity. To appreciate tho importanco of removing doubt upon this subject, briefly tho process of reaching Wo saw tho proposed silver standard. iu 1893 a paralysis of business, in large Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot part producod by tho threat of a silver of Buckboard. standard. a president and congress were electIf ed in November committed to tho free Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultigrains vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows nnd unlimited coiuagoof 87 1 of silver into dollars, nearly six months d at Prices to suit would pass beforo thoy could bo inaugu- before you buy. Farm Wagons by the rated aud nix months moro before the the Times. Call and See us. proposed legislation could beconio law. Duriug that tiino creditors would seek to protect themselves against being paid in dollars worth only about 13 grains of CW.kJ.lW.fcAeJkW :lr.:raEry .rcyvre gold, and thoy would endeavor to make & collections beforo tho unlimited coinago of depreciated dollars began. Tho debt: ors would not bo allowed to remain SH debtors uutil they could get tho advanm tage of paying off what they owed at 50 cents on tho dollar; thoy would be forced to immediato settlements. SherThere will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices iffs mid constables would call upon them without delay. Depositors in banks 3STe22 would withdraw thoir money. Tho W p VI largo merchants, forced to scttlo their In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. foreign indebtedness, would insist upon paymeut of debts duo from immediato Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call smaller morchauts. Tho smaller mer at once and get pick of the stock. ' chants in turn would bo compelled to forco collections from thoir customers. Tho great volumo of business conducted & upon credits would ceaso. Manufacturing enteqiriscs could not & afford to continue busineso or mako contracts uutil tho valuo of tho new dollar could bo settled by tho determination of just what 371 grains of silver would provo to bo worth. ManufacThM Is tho best market and ours Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo trmko liberal tories would close Business houses on coutlgumcnts. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses lu having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash; not lu would faiL Banks would bo raided traJo. No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and form produce direct to Tho unemployed would bo numbered by HERNDON-CARTE- R npllions. Tho farmers would fiud few 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Kurrell Court, LOUISVILLE. KY. purchasers for thoir products. Want and famine would pervado tho land. At tho end of a fow years, when busiHERD op ness settled down to tho new meaning THI of n dollar, fluctuations in tho com- Thoroughbred y JClJCtJU TaTa" Q mercial prico of silver would still keep My Breeders were irloctcd from trf btt herds our dollars of uncertain vuluo and hinof this famous breed of swiue in several different der domestic trade States. A splendid lot ol pigs of dittbrent age Business interests, reaching from tho for sale. Ured sows a Scia1tv. Satisfaction richest banker to tho poorest paid labor- guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address er, require tho removal of all doubt BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, about tho meaning of u dollar. No man Bhould bo trusted eveu with nn important nomination who does not recognize that tho valno of a dollar is now measured by 23.22 grains of gold, and who is not willing to openly declaro his purpose to help keep it there 1 r c-- HOUSE-CLEANIN- G TIME 3 I iit uii-nu- f- -r ono-hnl- f. H. C. RUPLEY, 1 i THE MERgMT TAILOR - SPRING- ANB HUMMER coin-tnerc- o FARRIS & HARDIN, one-hal- f, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. one-ha- Prices to Suit The Times. to Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Ctr-Loa- B. S. WXAEXN. a?C m F'ORJDASH tlie T:h.ixt3r ! i DEor Days, I I m irasesiraisra WOOL. WOOL. CO. BL.UK-GKAS- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. I I i Duroc-jerse- in W S XXJx9 R. II. -- the: one-ce- The Cheap Money Queen &Crescent ROUTE m do-cid- WORMS! vermifuge: 20 I reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed throuch trains. Day Coaches and Sleepine Cars through to Harriinan, Chatta nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot bprwgs . and Asheville ; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and and Shreveport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor aud Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. Chaa. "W. Zell, W. O. Blnearaon, O. P. J.. ncfnwf ', 0. Wc. Pon'r Agt., ttneinrunt 0. gfil 1 '3Sr!Xy$rrr H wmmm&smssmm BWJWBffBgBWiWW'K'Ril'g.BMUgjLic ()Jiui a m a"i' &MI-WEH- Li INTEFIOUPUKMu ! Stanford, Kt., JULY 3, 18JJB . A Idea thnt woman is an individual, not an appendage, that sho has social duties and moral responsibilities as well as SHERIFF WHOM THE CHILDREN men. is ronllv at tho bottom of tho rev . ADDRESS AS "MAMMA." Mary E, J. Kelloy in Lippin- olution. WOMAN'S WORLD. or tho fashion E. C. Walton, Business Manager. p In Prosperity Not cott's. Wotnan Bualrscn k,,,, ,ler TImj l'ollttc. ' IH I It is of tho highest importance to tho pooplo of Illinois thnt both stato conventions shnll declnro clearly and positively for sound money. Tho money question is not ono of politics, but of prosperity. Two years ago thcro wna n largo amount of English and Scotch money in this city for investment It was loaned at low rates and on favorable terms. It lowered tho interest rato in tho general money market It helped to mako money cheap as well as abundant As soon as it became apparent abroad that tho senate of the United States wns dominated by men who believe! in freo coinago of silver, which means that debts contracted on a basis of 100 cents to tho dollar shall bo paid at tho rato of CO cents to a dollar, this foreign capital, which had been so fruitful for tho state, gradually withdrew. Its withdrawal contracted available money to that extent and at tho same, time raised tho interest rate, while it tightened the money market even at the higher rate, Thero is scarcely an industry in Illinois that has not suffered by this stringency. Thero is not on industry in Illinois that will not bo bene fited' by tho return of this foreign money. The man who needs to borrow to mako a payment on his little home is as much to bo benefited by it as tho great merchant, tho farmer as much as tho manufacturer. Should either state convention declare for unsound money or qualify its financial plank in any way so as to seem to lean to freo silver coinago tho eutiro state will be the sufferer, and tho class upon whom tho injury will fall most cruelly will bo tho wago earners. For, with money at n high rato and hard to get, it will be impossible to coV'nut in give operation industrial plants steadfast employment to hundreds cf thousands. Let both stato conventions therefore speak for honest money, and speak so that tho lauguago Fhall bo universally understood. Tho money question is a question of prosperity, not of politics. Chicago The Opening Darling Some Benonnblo Suggestion. In LttModern Cornet. Grace Iooni KipT-wo- nii Tho children of tho sheriff of Green county, Ma, say "mamma" when thoy address that official. Mrs. Ilelcn Stewart, who guards tho jail at Springfield, tho county scat, is a pleasant appearing woman of middlo age, somewhat stout, and having features which indicato resolution in short, sho looks liko a nervy woman, and sho is. Several times, with tho aid of ono deputy a man sho has locked her 42 prisoners in their oolls for ? J n I ? t a III t"4 7:1 SHERIFF HELEN STEWART. .t Times-Heral- n ! Against Tree Silver. The Anzeiger drs Westens cf St Louis, leading German Democratio paper of tho southwest, is disgusted with the freo silver plunk adopted by the Democratio stato convention. It says: "Its authors identify themselves prominently with this 10 to 1 platform as adherents of tho 'time honored principles' formulated and practiced by Jefferson, Madison, Jackson, Benton and other'great and distinguished Democrats. ' However, ho who is in tho least acquainted with Democratic history knows that these time honored Democratic principles have nothing in common with tho modern Populistic advocates of free silver, and that tho 'great and distinguished' Democrats, from Jefferson down to Tilden, wero one and all 'sound money men, ' adherents and champions of houost, full valuo specie, who would have fought every attempt at depreciation and at fraudulent shifting of responsibility as being rascally and criminal. Ono might as well try to imagine George Washington in the rolo of tho traitor Benedict Arnold as thoso distinguished Democrats advocates of tho proposition for tho coinago of 50 cent dollars or compelling tho creditors of tho nation to take them as payment for 100 cents. 'Old Hickory' Jackson and 'Old Bullion' Benton would have driven from his threshold with a curee, if not with a lash or horsewhip, any ono who would have dared to approach him with such a prtfflQsitica. " Gormen jtn r if iffnffimm'" " """'"" m fj Crrr Does Womon Earn Her Thousands of women work in tho In mines of Belgium and England. tho first named country they formerly worked from 12 to 10 hours a day, with no Sunday rost The linen thread spinners of New Jersey, according to tho report of tho labor commissioner, aro "in ono branch of tho industry compelled to stand on a stono floor in water tho year round, most of tho timo barefoot, with a spray of water from a revolving cylinder flying constantly against tho breast and tho coldest night in winter as well as tho wannest in summer theso poor creatures must go to their homes with water dripping from their underclothing along their path because there could not bo 6paco of a few moments allowed them wherein to chaugo their clothing." Yet women ore "exempted" from labor attended by hardship! Deepito theso washerwomen, miners and linen thread spinners, wo aro told "it is woman's privilege generally to bo exempted from tho caro of earning her livelihood and that of her offspring. " It would seem to bo time that this libel upon women should bo scorned by fair minded men. From all antiquity tho majority of women havo been faithful workers, rendering a full equivalent in labor for their scanty sharo of tho world's goods. Tho origin of every industry bears testimony to this. In our own era, whilo women wero still did thoy not earn their livelihood? What was tho weaving, tho sewing, tho cooking, tho doctoring, tljo MP ' nursing, tho child care, "tho work that itub) was never done," if it was not earning a subsistence? Even in them days, when woman goes forth and receives tlw reward of her labor iw publicly as man, sho is no more worthy of her hire. Her ancestress sweet and Baintly soul did E not dream of recompense. But was it not her due, and shall wo refuse to credit it becauso man was then a self sufficient ignoramus who deemed himself tho only ono fit to acquire property? Alioo B. Tweedy in Popular Scienoo Monthly. homo-keeper- s, the night, and sho is not afraid to enter tho jail proper at any period of tho day or night unattended. Her husband, tho former sheriff, died a year ngo, and Mrs. Stewart asked for tho position, as sho had no means of earning a living for herself mid two littlo girls. Tho community sympathize! with her, and Post sho was allowed to tako her husband's Tho Opening Door. place. Sho resides in tho jail but a few Ask nncl It shall bo given you; nook nnil yo feet from where tho colls are located. shnll find; knock mill It hhall to opened unto Her children are 8 and 10 years of ago you. respectively, and aro being educated by Relatively tho Biblical prophecy has their mother, who beforo niarriago was come truo of woman. Absolutely thero a school teacher in New York state. aro some things yet to bo fulfilled. Mrs. Stewart's deputies mako most of Today's American girl of any and all tho arrests, but sho has served several Btations has ho much moro to look forcriminal warranto herself, and in all in- ward to than her sister of yesterday that stances has taken her prisoners to tho sho need wusto no precious timo in enjail without difficulty, for people in this viously contemplating tho superior adcounty know that sho is an excellent vantages her other sister of tomorrow pistol shot and always carries her re- will enjoy. volver with her. Brooklyn Citizen. Sixty years ago an English woman since esteemed great camo to this counKeep? women has so wonderfully increased of lato that it litis created a demand for proper costumes and also for proicr corsets. This necessity has been fully met, and now thero is a special kind of corw?t for nearly every different sort of exercise, and tho models are still so neat and graceful and finely finished that it looks as if the new woman had not jus yet last tho desire for dainty lingerie. Tho new corsets are as carefully modo to fit tho figure as a glove to fit tho hand. There is tho short tennis and rowing corset, that also looks well under an empire gown on n slender woman, and it sufficiently supports a stout one if tho gown abovo it 1h of tho (lowing stylo in which tho waist lino is concealed. The cycle corset is also short, with elastic hips and gussets, giving tho wearer cose and perfectly freo action. Tho hammock or gymnast's corset has elastic shoulder straps and is littlo moro than half a corset, reaching only a littlo way beneath tho arms. Tho riding corset is short, hut longer than tho hammock style, as it has a wide elastic band that runs from tho spoon back over tho hips to tho back. Tho lKst boon of nil, however, is tho new graceful, yet comfortable, if rather oxpensivo corset, for stout women long below tho waist and shaped with strong but easy V gores, and short from tho waist up, with the seams of tho front and tho bias gores running towurd tho sUm1s in a distinct V form that produces a graceful result, yet tho model is not torturing liko tho "straight fronts," "usually made for stout women." New York The LAtmt In Corset, The crazo for out of door exercise for that has wrought this change or whether women havo grown more sensible and nro demanding room to breathe matters not Tlw result is tho only thing in which wo .aro specially interested, nnd this is exceedingly favorable to health, good sense and tho comfort of tho woman of today, and scores a great gain in tho probable advancement of generations to come. Women who some years ago had waists sonio-whon tho hour glass principle aro wearing dresses that give thorn n couplo of inches moruW'lt measure than of old, and they look quite as well to tho ar tistlo eye, and a thousand times better in tho eyes of thoso whom opinions are worth having. Tho fashions of Uw day havo perhaps made tle largo waist possible. The enormous sleeves havo been tho objects of attention in the toiler, aud whether tho waist was a fmot ion or so larger or smaller really did not count. At all events, tliero is more amplitude, more room to bmitlw and more spaco for expansion, and women should bo duly and humbly thankful. New York Lodger. STAXTTOBJD jTTi'm.Vmmj' -- .gfgg Vi Imp ii f FEMALE COLLEGE. Wilaiam Shelton, Vnrl-on IDENTIFICATION A Schema BOOKS. - President. Collegi- For 1'rovlnir Identity In Cniiutrlrfl. j , limit 8rvlro In Atietrislln. Soma revolutionary suggestions in regard to domestic servants are being discussed in Australia. It is proHed to , call them "household employees. " Tlwy will oat in the dining room, either with tho family or by themselves. They will . not bo at the beck and call of tho mis-- ' tress. There will bo two shifts of "em- - ' ployces, " ono to work from 0 n. m. to 3 p. in. and the other from 2 p. m. to 8 or 0 p. in., ho that they may havo tho j afternoons and evenings off every alternate week. It is Udieved that tho expenses of tho household would not bo increased by adopting this st'p, as domestic service under this now condition of affairs would bo rendered so attract ive that servants would tw obtainable at nan tne protein wages aim sweating in factories would bo largely diminished by reducing tho number of applicants. Mine. Tholorjtn. J try to observe how women earned a living. Sho found one so called profession and threo trades oiien. Thero are now 400 trades and half as many professions by which thousands of women get not only a living, but a competency. Women cannot voto yet in all theso United States, but they can bo and havo been mayors, postmasters, pension agents, county clerks, city clerks, registers of deeds, police justices, jurors, overseers of tho poor, prison commissioners, state librarians, school superintendents and supervisors, engrossing clerks of legislatures, superintendents of women's prisons, polico matrons, members of stato boards of charity, lunacj and correction and federal marshals. Now York Press. Moleni Gmce Darling. In tho good timo coming Grace Darling will bo merely ono of many ship Mine. Tholozan, wife of tlw lato shah's French physician, was in many ways a remarkable woman. SI! had lived in Persia many years and was full of anecdotes of her varied oxivrionoes of harem lifo in that country. Slo had long been literally pursued by "Um fire fiend." Fifteen years agoslHwiin saved from a burning vessel off Batoum. Sho wns among tlw rescued from tho terrible fires which destroyed tlw Opera Coiuiqno in Paris and tho Municipid theater at Nice, and she arrived in Constantinople on the morning of the fatal fire which burned down Mossire's famous hotel, and ouly oscajKxl with her lifo, all her property being burned. Sho caught a cold in this adventure which ultimately settled on tho lungs and caused her death. The. IMiu-lie- t. saving heroines. Tho day seems to have arrived when every town along tho coast has at least ono young woman with u boat and a few lives to her credit Two of tho most recent recruits to the saving list aro western women Miss Laura Bradshaw of Oakland and Mrs. Ida Robiuron of San Francisco. Tho former rescued a foundering yacht and Mrs. Robinson guided n vessel through stormy seas from Honolulu. Miss Brudshuw, who was on tho wharf when tho good yacht Rover was failing in an attempt to mako its harbor because tho lino by which tho boat was to bo moored was not being properly hauled in, simply rolled up her sleeves and helped to haul. Slro had strong arms, and her efforts wero successful. By ond by others camo to her aid und tho yacht was saved. Mrs. Robinson was tho pilot of the good bark Hollinswood (luring a storm that split masts and mndo sails useless, but Mrs. Robinson steered tho ship safely through it alL Sho has been her father's navigator for four years and comes of a seafuriug family that regards trips around tho Horn and tho Capo of Good Hopo as mere trifles. Now York Tho shirt waist, with all its advantages, is productive of carelessness as to tho skirt, aud in spite of numerous devices tho Kind still falls below tho waist lino and tho placket often yawns. A certain patent fastening that resembles a hook and eye, but remains more tightly chisiod, is an almost certain remedy for tho latter evil at least. It lohooves tho women, wlwaro nloo to an extremo in tho matter of collars mid exacting as to ties, to bear tho fact in mind A white skirt or a bit of tho silk petticoat may lo harmless in itwlf, but tho fact of its protruding unbidden calls down maculino criticism, nnd in tho point of neatness of attire woman cannot afford to bo outdone. Shoulder t'ilw. every dainty description maintain their own vigorously against the innovations fashion would introduce. Tho very smartest shoulder cajn'B aro formed of black brussols net or mousselino do soio over silk or satin, with appliques of rich laoo as a finish, und tho edges aro completed by a pinked out frill of glaoo silk or satin matching tho foundation. A full rucho of net or mousselino do soio edged with rows (U tiny satin ribbon is carried around tho neck and very often down tlw front CajK's of Passports are intended primarily for ate Courses o( Mtuly. anil Elocution. the purjHwe of identification. The sMtio Schools of Music, Art (or 1516-- will open MonTht Scholastic Year has day, pt 7, and continue forty necks. idea is the object of a scheme which been adopted lately by a number of tho Ilelore deciding to what school you will send send nations of the world. Tho question your daughters, be sure to WCM ler our Isv Addreis whether it shall be taken up by tho Oitliloiruo.MKS.NANNtK S. SAl'KMY, jtf l.dy Principal. 3 United States is to ho discussed at tho convention to bo hold in Washington next winter. Tho idea referred to is nothing more nor less than an identification Ik ok, which enables the holder to establish his identity whorovor in tho ol the Knob A meeting el the stockholdets This is often a mat-N- Lick, MkCortnack's ft Turneisvlile Turnpike Co. world ho may lx I held at McCormack's, JULY 3, iM- - ' of tho utmost importance. Travelers will purpose ol electing ctllcers p. m., ft of tho language of tho country o'clock ensuing ryear. ignorant for the through which thoy are jonrneyiug aro K. D. I'tYTON, President. ,, id apt to havo trouble in securing mail addressed to them, in etching money or- Portland. San Francisco. ders and in various other ways. They .To tba may even find themselves stranded for lack of tho very funds which are awaiting them at tho ixvstolllco simply Via The.... they are not iHTsonally known. It is mainly through agitation of the subject by tourists that tho Identification book has lxcomo an accomplished fact. Tho book of identification is a small, Mi)l0UI6VIHj,NIWHTCHICt0H'Or' green paper covered Uok of convenient sizo for tho jnicket It costs only 10 Only Dining Car Route From cents, and may lm Ixnight at any On the inside of tho cover is placed a photograph of tho holder, tied in place and fastened by a sealed ribbon. To this is attached tho signature Klegsnt Pullman Vesllbuled of the jmtsoii. On tho opposite page is a Sleepers ol Modern Pattern. declaration signed by the ietoince offi Kor maps or any information, address cial, stating that photograph and signafKANKM. RKID. ) f E.D.H.P.HACON A , ture are genuine. Of course tho official or O. P Agent, l.ou!illl Chicago. I witnesses the making of tho signature lie sure to call for and is easily able to determine whether Moooo. Route. the iortniit is a likeness of the appliSt Paul. cant or not. On the next page is a full Oenvor. book, description of tho Itoldcr of tho giving details as to height, eyes, nose, forehead, chin, mouth, coloring, hair aii'l"particulurmatki. " Thus, if a man has a wart on his nose it is mentioned. Now follows a declaration to the efNew Line IV twten Cincinnati, Et fect that "on presentation of this txxik and tho signing of a receipt, any pot- olllco is required to deliver to the holder Solid Trains, all mail matter addressed to him. " It is necessary, however, that the signature Fast Time, on tho receipt shall correspond to the Excellent Equipment. signature in the book, aud that lineaments of tho pcrou shall agree, with Inaugurated May 24. TDK SCIIKni'tt. the photograph and the description givg 15 p. in. 900 a m. of tho look t.vo Cincinnati en in the book. u J Air. Toledo J 15 p. ". is made up of n scric of identification ' 15 a ra. Arr. Detroit SOP01 of receipts arranged like bank cheeks, Through coachr and parler cars on day Irslns Cart Cincinwhich may bo torn out and given in ex- Through coaches, Wjgnrr Meerlr Detroit en niht and Cincinnati to nati to change for mail matter or money transNo mitted hy mail. It is easy to see that troit isservice between Cincinnati, Toledo and DeASUOUIiAMiUIl NEW YORK LINK, this plan is calculated to save an imAS ' OOI AS OUR CHICAGO LINK. AS (.OOD AS OUR ST LOUIS LINK. mense amount of trouble. The postofflco Ituj jour tickets through ria "lllg Pour." which receives tho last receipt of a Ixxik Per full informaticn call on agents cr addreis the stub of that re- K. O MclORMACK, of identity retains D. II MARTIN, Gen Pass. A Tkt. Agt, pastTrattcMgr ceipt iKXtk, and if tho holder of tho book demands it must issue to him a new book without requiring further .IV YOU ARXOOINO. proofs of identity. The sheets of the bcok duly nuinK'red are attached to the "SLYEST, cover by a ribbon in the national colors ......THK.- -.. of tho country that sells tho Ux)k, and tho two ends of tlw ribbon aro fastened by an official seal. Already the scheme has boon adopted by France, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, thd Argentine Republic, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, LOUI1VIUC 4 NaSHVIllC R. R. Liberia, Mexico, Paraguay, Greece, Portugal. Roumtuiia, Tunis Venezuela Is tha line for yoo, as Us and Chile. It remains tolo soon whether it will bo accepted by the Uuited TraiiiH States. St. Louis Maks,cIoi connections at 7 1'iimtiy, Preparatory, AcsuVmlc and Tuxnpiko Election. 111 T bo-cau- se NOMTHWEST iost-otfie- e. x.oxjisirix.x.1: TO CHICAGO. "Biff Four 'J Toledo and Detroit. Two-third- s . I'ol-J- o ICORTH Olobe-lX-mocr- Double Dally The Itruce Trleiwope. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Kor all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGK CUECKKD THROUGH For any information senuirt of JOES. KICK. Agent, btanford, Ky Catherine Lorillard Bruce, who presented to the Howard astronomical observatory the money necessary to purMiss 1 ! ssruswiei m nimimwiiiiii"mH Woman In Dnslrvem. Journal. A Flacky Woman. A plucky woman in Washington, who was ono of tho many clerks dropped from tlio government pay rolls last year, looked around hard for a few weeks for other clerical work, and finding nono did tho next best thing what she could. What this was is told in a littlo notion that appeared in tho women's cloakroom in ono of tho department buildings: White Linen Ciuhkiiuu White linen sofa cushions give, a wonderful touch of daintiness to tho subsummer cottago parlor. They aro, tlvo riuht thiiiL' in nbovii nil. suitable tho right place, as they odmit of laun dering. Some of them arc traml in ail over designs, others havo small flowers worked solidly in wash silks, liko violets, forgctmenots aud tho like, and almost all havo deep hemstitched borders. The Faahkinabla licit. Wearers of tlw fashiouablo belt should remember this: A slender waist can wear anything about it Oiw that is not trim and small needs citlwra tight-is- h belt or none. A ribbon about it accentuates its size, and slwuld never bo donned unless decidedly drawn to givo a belted in uppearanoc. Woman The who uses CLAIRETTE SOAP haft i plenty of time to care for her children to do other things. Sold everywhere. ' Mad only by The H. K. Falrbank Company, W111HMMMH11 THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, BLLouU M. W. JOHNSON, Is Agent for Tie New York L.ile Ins. Co. And The Aetna Accident Insurance Company. Bert and Most Favorable Terrat of Insurance. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. good Residence House in Stanlord, with e on same lot, for sale. The lot contains az irtA. nd can be easily divided, putting store house and residence vu separate lots. AtI reason and cneasr terms. Apply to Z3,)lf" J. N. SAUNDER8, Stinlord, Ky. J store-bous- "A Woman's introduction into tho business world is no longer an experiment. Tho feminine wago earner is now a permanent factor in tho national economy. Tho individual drops oat af tho ranks to form a center around which homo springs up, but another woman, not u man, takes her place. The typo remains. More and more places aro being niado for women, to such an extent that a recent census bulletin reports tho iiscreaso in tho number of women employed in gainful occupations during tho period between 1870 and 1800 to havo been 113 per cent whilo in trodo and transportation tho increase was 1.0G1 per cent This change is significant It is, in fact, a revolution. Twenty or indeed ten years ago tho girls of an ordinary middle class family in which tho father was a small business man, an expert mechanio, or a farmer oapablo of supporting his family with dcceiicy if not absoluto comfort wero expected to stay at homo and help with tho housework until they went to preside over homes of their own. It was considered something of a slur to say thut a man's daughters wero obliged to go out to work. Nowadays this sentiment is reversed. A business training is as much a matter of course for tho daughters as for tho sous. And no ono is surprised when tho daughters prefer putting tho training into pructico instead of devoting their timo to household duties enlivened with social amusements. Tho growth of tho chase a 2 inch telescope to Imi devoted exclusively to photographic work, has placed a considerable Mini at tho disposal nf Dr. Max Wolf of Heitlcllterg. an eminent German astronomer, for a Only Dnect Lir.e lletween similar puqose. Inasmuch as the gift an American, Dr. Wolf felt came from Shorten and quickest bctwt-ethat it would be a gracious thing to placo tho order in this country- Ho b&s Frankfort, Goorffotown and Parle, Oarllalo, MayBvillo, Oynthlana, therefore asked Mr. Brashear, tho faFalmouth and Covington. mous instrument maker of Alleghany, to U Kentucky undertake tho work. Tho new telescope Ask lor tickets Central StandardMidland. Trains Tim. run by double, each tube having a diamwill lo Tim TabU April 19, 189. eter of 10 inches; hence two sets of No. . No. j. No. 7. lenses, which aro intended to lx exact TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. in. p. m. 6 35 00 4 5 duplicates, will bo produced. Tho ma- La Kranklort A yc8 ' Rlkhorn sit 10 terial will Ixi tho now Jena glass, which 4 " Stamping t, round 7 a; 4 37 J 4 35 GeorgrtownU... 7 45 has attracted the attention of opticians 00 3 '4 00 for tho last few years. Popular Astrono- Arr. C. S. DepotC - 7 S I 30 3 35 .Paris my says that tho instruments will bo 10. s. 4. employed in photographing nebulte, TRAINS WEST. No. m. No.m. No.m. No. m.. p. a. p. a. C comets and asteroids. Tho advantage Lt Paris 4 33 - 0 jo 55$ " C. 8. Depot .... 10 s 6 33 of using two telescopes at the same timo 6 40 " Georgetown U 10 40 6 36 543 is that ono will provo n check on tho 7 s; Stamp's Gro'd 10 38 634 " 7 35 711 other. Valuablo timo will thus bo 6aved Arr Elkborn A... 11 16 j Frankfort Ij 1130 is in verifying results. Ky. Midland R'y, n Cincinnati and Frankfort - 1 Tho uso of polished tables for luncheons and teas which seems now and Wantl Washing to do, by a good plain again to fall into a certain sort of diswoiihor and trorxir; also clear starching: satfavor, chiefly becauso novelty must bo isfaction guaranteed and rated rensonublo. Tho woman's wisdom in selecting as had by sonio hostesses at all cost, is this lier employment a necessary service seasoii in especial vogue. was as upparcnt as ler bravery in By a decision of tlw United States so modest a field of labor as that of laundress and cleur sturdier. As supremo court Mrs. Hetty Green secures tho situation was tersely put by another titlo to Chicago property wortli, it is woman who is making a good income estimated, aver $ 500,000. Thocaso has selling stovo polish, after ulnjost starv- been pending for 20 years in various ing attempting to tako orders for lino courts. embroidery: "Tho samo condition of Trimmed skirts aro assuredly winaffairs which lost mo my salaried place ning their way. A recent modol from affects tho demand for a pure luxury Paris Bhows gussets of tlw material set liko lino embroideries. Stovo polish has in tho front and sido seams, each being to bo used, centerpieces and doilies can outlined with a narrow ruche. bo got on without." When times are hard, tho bread winner finds quickest A convenient utensil for tlw kitchen, returns in supplying a necessity. not in general use, is a small paint Washington Correspondent brush. It is neater and more effectual e for tho greasing of pans than tho usual to Ureathe. Iloom of paper. It is ono of tho hopeful aud comfort- bit ing signs of tho times that tho comWaitresses are to tako tho place of pressed waist, save on a fow women, is waiters in the restuuraut of tho houso rarely seen. Whether it is tho bicycle j of commons. Chicago Sends Hoses to New Orleans. "Do you kuow, "said James Brantley, who is interested in tho big Chicago hothouses, "that thero is a big trade, SUNDAY TRAINS. Leav Georgetown to 40 a. m; arrive 11 3 between New Orleans and Chicago in cut flowers, and that thero aro hundreds ami thousands of roses shipped from thero every year? That is tho fact, and I have been wondering why, in n country like this, where it is the easiest thing in the world to cultivate flowers, thero should not bo a largo hothouso especially to tho northern trude, instead of our selling to you. Wo havo a greater demand than wo can supply during tho winter months, and I have seen a single Marechal Neil bud bring as high as $1.33. That would seem preposterous to you, wouldn't it? But it is CURES NOTHING BUT PILES' so, aud you will understand just what there is in tho flower industry when I A SURE and CERTAIN CURE tell you that violets sold in Washington known for IB voarsasthe city last winter for 10 cents n dozon, BEST REMEDY for PILES.! and in New York for 75 cents and $1 a SOLD I1Y AI.I. intUGGISTM. dozen. A dozen violets uniko a bunch rritiHityBIE!UB:o:t UZ0 CO.. CT.LOUIU. bigger thau a nickel, nnd they a littlo wither in about an hour after they ore WANTED-AN pinned on Yet there was a bigger vioyonr Ideas; let trade this past season than ever be- thing to patent? Protect JOHN theytnay bring you wealth. Write & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, Picayune. fore." Nsw Orleans . D.O.i for their 81,800 priro otter. do-vot- Midland Railway and connections form the shortnt and cheapest routs to all points South, Kait, North and West. jKor further information apply to their agents. C. D. ilKKCAW.Gen. Pass. Agent.. GKO. U. HARPER, Rec'r & Gen.Sup Frankfort Kv ra. ij p. Kentucky The Laave Frankfort 30 a.m. Frankfort 4 35 p. m. arrive Georgetown TABLER'SDIT BUCKEYE llilJU U OINTMENT IDEASRJSK WKDDEK-1IU11- N -- . yMtM , ScMl-WEELL- lf iNTERIOKjuUKk&L & Tin canb and eealitiK wax at Warren Shanks'. m Therb are 22 prisoners in jail now largest number In years. Second-han- d the Tom Stanfohd, Kt., July Fkkkiu. Ib jirepriu Rowland. to open aaa-loo- uat 3, 1890 aa new, for Bale. 5 McCormick binder, good 13. K. Wearen. Tim threo Danville banks declared E. C. Walton, Business Manager. per cent, dividend each. Ueforo you leave, go to Jeeso D. Wear-e- n Nkw Process Gasoline Stove, good aa new, for sale cheap, J. A. Mudd. m m You should take your prescriptions to l'enuy'p drugstore where prompt and accurato service in guaranteed. VEWSOXU. POINTS. lick Lt'bK, of iluetonvillo, was here Tuesday. Junoi: and Mum. J. W. Alcoiin went to Cincinnati Wedneaday. Mil. S. II. Uauoiiman made a business tiip to Lebanon thin week. Mil. J. II. GuKKiiand two of la children are down with measles. Mn. A. K Gooinviv, of Nashville, is a guoHt at Mrs. Richard Bibb's. Mips IIkttie WKAKxsand Harris Wear-ewont over to Lexington yeotordny. Mn. J. S. Oh'hlky, Jn., wont to Frank-li- n yesterday to Hee his wife and baby. l'jior. F.J. Dcffy left last week for Kldgellold, Conn., to spend the holidays. Miw. Mahy Pknhy went over to Lexington Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs Graves. Mrs. Kmilv Sauflry is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. II. Grady, at Columbia. Thk baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton has been exceedingly ill forfiear- ly a week. ' Mkbsiim. K. W. Smith and J. N. Saun-demade a business trip to Springfield this week. Mas. A 11 n rs and Ket an accident policy. Coal for threshing purposes at 9c per bushel by Now is tho time to havo your buggy repaired and painted. Get the St. As aph Carriage Oo's. pricea. i LlTTLK KvKl.YN KAbTLANI), wllO is vifl- - Uing her grand mother in Mercer, is fjuiteaick. One of tho newest, largest, best, most Btylisti and cheapest line of gentlemen's Maoic stock and rhickeu food, beBt in town, at Shanks. and cheapest on the market. Craig A ready made trousers (locker. Hkavy showeru fell at intervals all day yesterday, doing tho growing crops unDamaokd wiieat fur chicken or hog feed at 10c per bushel. J. II. Baugh- - told good, but spoiling the harviit, is Tho prediction for & Co. mail showeia and continued warm. A iiicaltiiy wet iiiubo can secure a good position by immediate application Held. Though there appears no good reason for it, since it was at most a boytothisoilice. Thk Stanford boytj will play the Hog ish prank, Sterling Curtis was held in "5100 bond to nwait the action of the sett Academy nine a game of ball at grand jury for causing tho death of the little Negro, Brighain Lee. The other Inspect the line of clothing at Shanks' little Negro Bworu that Sterling cut the before buying. Quality aud price the horse and made him run, throwing them chief inducements). both oir, but ho swore as positively tnat he did not strike the horse. Yol'u account at M. S. & J. W. Baugh-manis ready for you and you must setTiiKQdd Follows elected tho following tle it at once. Don't fail. officers Tuesday night for the ensuing term Noble Grand, Joe F. Waters; Vice Yock account ia duo and ready for you. Gram), Dr. J. K. VanArsdale; Secy., A. I need money and aak that you pay me O. Sine; R. S. N. G., Win. L. McCarty, L at once. H. 0. Ruploy. S. N G., Win. II. Wearen; R. S. V. G., J. SiiKiurr Nkwland will havo to have n B. Morshon; L. S. V. G , J. W. Pe'rrin; L. special coach and a small army of guards S. S . Joseph Severance, Sr.; R. S. 8 , Rev. A. V. Simmon ; Treas., P. Straub, Jr.; to take the prisoners to Frankfort. Host, J r. Harris; Conductor, William Your account wan due July 1, and it Daugh-iiy- ; Warden, Judge T. L. Shol-tomust be settled. I need the money and y I it.. M. F. Eikin; O. G., Alex can't wait on you. W. B. Mcltoberts. to-da- J. II. Ilaughman & Co. To reduce stock, I will offer special of 1,500 pound cattle of J. P. prices on boxing, fencing, studding and Rifle and T. L. Carpenter at lc. joists. A. C. Sine. Mine Inspector Norwood Bays tho Containing Ten Desirable Suburban coal mining business fn the State in dull- Acn of Land, For Sale.Home, on it a good, Has John Thompson told a reporter of thla er Dwellins of Six Rooms, and ill necessary than it has been in many yeais. outbuildings One yard hydrant and one for wapaper that ho had no feara of defeat tering stock, also a splendid, never filling- well. should ho be given the nomination "and innltf . -. fn. f,,.k n..lli,t.r. -- rr-, In .NEW ADVEItTLHEMEXTS. "I J AS. I " that instead of there being 350 demoStanfoul, Ky. 36 crats in Mercer, who would scratch him, as reported, there would not bo Wo hope it is true and that his hopes are not unfounded, hut we fear otherwise, espeThere will bo a mcetinc o( the stockholders of cially if tho rule or ruin policy credited to the Cumbcrlalid Valley Land Co. at their office in July 15, Junction City, Ky. BoeaChinn is pursued. We hear a great Stanford, Ky., on Wednesday, Director!, i&, 3 for the purncse of electing Nine At P will meet m.inv democrats who never scratched a M. on the tarae day tho new board HOCKKK, and oiKinle. J.S. ticket, say that they wont stand everySecretary. 36 thing and then have it nibbed In. car-loacorn-lorta,,- FOB SAIiE. ,.v-.- i" 3-- NOTICE. A CAZID7 Linnietta springs, Opens Monday, July 6. y D.m-vil- le . Fas? Running. Chief Dispatcher Sheridan tills us that the fastest run ever.made in this State, waa between K'fzabethtown and Bowling Green when the members of the Kentucky Press Association went over that division a ago. The distance is 72 miles and waa made with n full train in 73 minutes. The fastest mile was made in 52 seconds and during the run between the two points a "dead" stop was made. Engineer Joe Rohm waa at tho throttle and Capt. Joe Harrison was conductor. W-Ffew-day- s To Our Many Friends and Customers. One year we have been with you. You have treated us well, for which we thank you. We will open in a lew dayi at our new itand near the L. ,V N depot, with good, clean Coal and a cordial greeting, Come and tee ui. NOEL A-- SON. LT I FV New Management, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. The raoft accrssible Summer Resort In Kentucky. Tho greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters to be found any where. White Sulphur, Black Sulphur, Chalybeate, Eptom, Magnesia, Salt, Alum, fie, In an abundance. Hops every Friday nlht alunc by splendid orchestra. Write for Circular and Analysis of waters. Table first-Cla- ss UlULiO. forcaihorln trade lor leather on court days at Stanford or at my home in Otten-helChat Enn.lin. Tanner PC t will take all the hide I can gel J. 6 B. OWENS & SON, Junctioa City, Ky. 's ' John H. Fohtkk spent several du)s with his sister, Mrs. Thomas Melcalf, in Jessamine. Mies Jk.nms MtKisnky went down o Bradfordsvllle Wednesday to visit Mrs. John Taylor Mu. J. It. Adam and wife, who are loci ted at Hustouville for the present, were hero Tuesday Mistas Jkxsik and Katk Cook are spendiug a week with Mia Maria Cook, near Itncaster. Mn. anuMka. A. F Hu.kv, of I.bi-noJunction, are visiting Mr. Alfred Haley at itowUud Ml. 0. II. 1'aink. who is summering at Swampseott, Maes , orders her paper changed from Boston. Dk.xtsh Hallou went over to Iaiicss ter Wedneaday to assist his brother, Mi. II. M. llnllou, In his store. Mu. J, II. Hilton, who has been sick for Be veral months, was well enough to come to town Wednesday. Mr. John I IUy was over from Garrard yesterday visiting friends and may help the Louisville Store again. London, made Mr. II. C. a special trip here yisinrday to buy a mockingbird of Mrs Thomsa Daltou. Oait. It. D. McCJhaw and wife were interested spertators at the Murphy tri al, and much sympathy was felt for them. Mrs. Matt Woudhon and children, of Middlesboro, eiiiH down Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. O. J. Crow. A. M. Willinins, a I'eniiBjlvHuia oil man, has purchased leases (covering 1 iic'fB in Adair and proposes to bore at once. Mas. W W. TiioMta Biid children, llalliu aud Ktliel, of Louisville, arrived yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. II. Mcltoberts Mu. H. F.JPotkkt, representing a New York dry goods house, wan hero Wedneaday. ilo says the currency agitation h ruining trade. Mrs. I. W. Gubkn, of McKiuney, and Mies Molllu Wright and her guest, Miss Gill, of Lexington, spent yesterday with Mrs. J lv rortman. Miw. Maky Ilium is quite sick, and Miss Rachel Allison camo Wednesday night in response to a telegram. Miss Ksaio Burch is improving. Mn. Gkoiiox II. Nelson, representing the Nelson's Hawaiian Hair Elixir Co.. wis hero this week and our readers are goiug to hear much from him in the. fun TnoMi-noN.o- l Youn accouut is now ready for you, and you will lay me under obligations to you by settling at once. G. L. Penny, Kxor. tlio Gioriotia Fourth. How aru you going to spend it '.' Try Danville, if you would enjoy tho biggett tune poEsibie. la If you waul chicken feed aud thresh ing coal read J. H. Batighman & Co.'s advertisement and you will tind out where you can get it cheap, .Mn. John IS Mkrsiion has formed a partnership with Messrs. M.S. i"t J. W. Buufjiman and they will do a general wagon and buggy repair husinese. Thk big Fourth of July celebration at Danville will draw a big crod from here. Base ball, bicycle races, pigeon shooting, iiC , Ac, help to make up a very attractive program. The Paragon is exercised because the Somerset council disregarded a petition and granted license to live saloons (or a year longer, even to tho ono whoso present license does not expire till Septem ber. Cheat. Special Commissioner J. P. & B.dley sold for W. H.Wood Co., a Unc tion engine and thresher in the posses sion of Crouch A Jones for ;110 and a horse, cow Htid wagon for i'2l. The debt is f 1,300. attempt waa made to An unsuccef-slu- l rob tho Commercial Bank of Liberty several uight Hgo. Four men wero seen al the door but a pistol shot scared them away. They returned several hours la ter aud were sgnin tired upon, but unfortunately none of them caught any leHd. Wiulk seining Barrow's pond the other evening, Will Lovelace, tho Negro who had Will Evans arrested in Cincinnati, camo very near getting drowned. He had an attack of cramps and became entirely l.elpless. He had gone under tho water several times when Manuel Barrow rescued him. Fivk and CoiTs. Mary Adams, a good looking Negro girl, got "biling'' drunk Tuesday alternoon and severely whipped Nellie Aun Owsley. She was placed in jail and on Wednesday morning waa fined fo and costs in Judge Carson's court She is laying it out in jail. R. R. Noel & Son have sold out their stock of coal to Mr. J. B. Higglns, who Littlk Stbulino Lackky. who has been at death's door for several days, is, again embarks in that business, but they long. They havo rentwe are glad to report, much improved, will not stay out ed from A. T. Nunnelley and will build and his recovery is now almost certain. Harrodsburg Sayings. Thin is the little near tho railroad crossing on Depot street. During tho year Messrs. Noel St BDn of Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Lackey. Tiibhk is a report that John 11. Thomp Son have been in the business they havo sold 720,000 bushels of coal, but the marBin, of Harrodsburg, was In town Tues small aud dv, but as he did not call at this ollice, gin has been been great totho remunerathorn. facie evideuco tion has not bo taken aa prima ture. it must fiat it isn't true. We are very fond of To thk Pen. It waa uecessary for DepJohnnie and know he wouldn't treat us uty Sheriir R, M. Newland to go by that way. Frankfort on his way to Cincinnati after IUv. J. P. Halskll and wife (nee Miss Will Evans and desiring good company v Lucile Caldwell) have taken a cottage at North Chatham, Capo Cod, Mass., where, oa account of Mr. Jlalsoll's health, they will remain during the summer, unless JihIl'o Caldwell's conditiou necessitates their return to Kentucky. Danville Ad YOCfltO. in the kitchen, almost totally destroyed tho Commercial, the loading hotel of . t Harrodsburg Wednesday morning. Tho Jklly Glasses at Warren & Shanks'. building was owned by Jpmea Shuttle-wortof Louiavlllo, and waa inaured for For life, tiro and accident insurance, 15,000. The losa la between 510,000 and B. Mahony. call on R. $12,000. John R. Brooks, late of Crab Foil, tho beet pollcleB of Fire IuBurance Orchard, was tho popular proprietor and go to Jesse D. Wearen. hla losa ia also large. Many of the gueBta work done at lowest cash wero in bed at the hour, 3 a. m., and Prescription there wero several narrow eecapes. priceB. Craig & Hocker. Douche Pans 52. CITY AND VICINITY. Fruit Jara at Warren & Shanke'. Craig --- he took along with him Miller Broaddus to Borvo five yef.rs. Another reason for taking him was that it waa feared that he would concoct eomo plan to get Will Evans out of his trouble, Broaddus ia n great schomer and wouldn't stop at anything, even if he can pray louder than the rest of tho boys. Hotel Burned. Fire, which caught Hocker. h, in CintfiT Col'ht. Tiiis has been a memorable session of the court. Fourteen persons have been sentenced to the penitentiary for from one year to a life time and one man doomed to death. If there has been a bung jury we have not heard of it and to tho men who composed tho juries we ascribe most of the honor and praise. The trial of John Murphy for shooting Frank Kllis waa called Tuesday and after some difficulty in obtaining a jury, the examination of wilnesi-ebegan. Tho Auh'ittki). At hia examining trial fact that tho defendant shot the man, Tuesday morning, George Lee JauiPB was while ho was in the custody of the jailer e promptly discharged for the murder of and os he entered the could not bo controverted, so tho defense in Clarence Hardin. Tho proof waa as given in our last and there in extenuation showed that Murphy did seemed to be no desiro on tho part of the not know tho jailer, nor the whereabouts friends of the dead man to prosecute the of the jail and that seeing Kllis, who case. A half dozen witnesses were ex- scowled at him, he lost control of himamined for the Commonwealth, but self aud shot without premeditation. James himself was only introduced for His lawyers tried hard to get an instruc the defense. The law does not contem tion for shooting under sudden heat and plate posAihly that life should be taken passion, but Judge Santley refused to under fuch circumstances, but it has give it, and instead gave the usual incomo to bo the practice that if one man struction to give tho prisoner the benestrikes another ho has the right to slay fit of every doubt, but If the proof showhim. ed him guilty as charged to fix his at from 1 to five years in the LlNNiKTTA SriUNCiS. Tho young peopenitentiary. After arguments by Cols. ple hereabouts are delighted that Springs will bo opeu again this J. W. Yerkes aud T. P. Hill for tho deyear. Messrs. James B. Owens and son, fense and by J. B Paxton and J. S. OwsCabbell, have leased the property and on ley, Jr., for tho prosecution, the jury fixMonday next, July Gth, the doors of the ed tho lowest punishment, one year's Almost immediately, hotel will be thrown open to the public. imprisonment. Tho opening ball will occur Friday however, 11 of the jury signed n petition night, the 10th, and thero will be regular for pardon, which Mr. Yerkes had prehops each Friday night thereafter The pared, saying that they thought it a cafe by a splendid or for executive clemency, though under music will be furnished the instructions they were bound to find chestra of four pieces which has been for the secson. Mr. Owens ia an as they did. No appeal will be taken old man in the hotel business and he will and Murphy will serve his sentence, if bo a creditable successor to Capt. Thom- not pardoned. Will Evans wbb brought to the scene as Richards, who had charge of Linnietta Springs for several seasons. Mrs. Owens of his alleged crime Wednesday night. Deputy K. M. Newland, who went to will superintend tho culinary departCincinnati for him, to be on the safe Bide, ment, which ia an assurance that the table will be There is no moro got a requisition from Gov. Bradley on accessible resort than this and for a di- tne governor of Ohio, but the Negro versity of mineral wateia it can't be beat. agreed to come without it. He told Mr There are already a number of rooms and Newland that he did not know that he cottages spoken for and the prospects for wa wanted here, but had been in Cina successful season are exceedingly cinnati niuo weeks dodging Chief of Police Helm, of Danville, for a misdemeanbright. or charged against him there. Ho claims Got Hkii at Last. After four or five hia father gave him the watchee. attempts to run oil with Misa Ovie that stolen from B. II. Danks. Mr. Newland Moore, daughter of Mr. J. W. Moore, of eaya that the chief of police of Lexing Casey, Jud Philips has at last secured the ton sayB Evans is wanted there for burprize and made her his own. While the glary and Constable Benedict eavs thet course of true love botween the two hss he is also wanted in Louisville for Btea had no jar, the trials and tribulations iug that have beset them have been of such The court made abort work of the case. a nature that might have discouraged The witnesses in Boyle wereeeut for and less determined hearts. While Miss Ovie, brought here and the trial began last afwho is a pretty blonue, and but sweet ternoon. Evans declined to employ a aixteen, waa attending school hero and lawyer or to accept the Court's proller of brother-in-laboarding with her Mr. tho servkrs of ono and conducted bis Ed Wilkinson ho attempted to secure her own case. Ho swore that his father, Dick one night but a volley of bullets put him Evans, gave him tho watches and rings, to flight and came near scaring him to aud proved it by the woman, Liza Mardeath. Ho lived to laugh with love at shall, but the old man was Bent for and locksmiths and other things, however, denied point blank that he ever gave though on the night of his famous ride him a watch in his life. That settled it from Liberty to Lebanon, he waa purand the case waa given to the jury, which sued by the irate father and the more returned a verdict in about a minuto for irate brother, Elijah Moore, and it is said five years. shot at eight times. The marriage occur-ro- d In passing sentence on Frank Ellis for at Jellersonvllle and let us hope that 21 yeara yesterday, Judge Sauiley said it all is well that ends well, and that here- was one of tho most unpleasant duties after all their troublos will bo little ones. hj ever bad to perform. Tho juries were finally discharged yesBanks. Tho Farmers Bank & Trust Co. declared a dividend of 3 per cent, terday afternoon when Judge Sautley which reminds Cashier J. B. Owsley to took occasion to pay them a deservedly say that in tho 27 years that ho has been high compliment for their prompt and in the banking business hero he has nev- good work. er missed a dividend, "but the last six Sunday next will be celebrated aa tnontha has been th j hardest time he has "Memorial Day" by the "Christian Wo- ever experienced in the business. The earnings for the sir months wero $9,599,-Gtian churches of the United States. It from which after paying dividend and bo observed hero by Elder J. T. expenses 3 19.SI wero taken to surplus. will Sharrard preaching a sermon on, "What The First National doclared a dividend Can a Woman Do?" All the women of of 3 per cent., having earned sinco Feb. President J. S. Hocker o tho church aro especially urged to be 18, ?5,50-Sl- J. stockholders that, on July present. notifies the Mrs. Sherman Singleton, who was 20, a atock dividend of 25 per cent, will Miss Panthea Kubanks, died at Miss bo declared aud paid, and they are re Mary Warren's yesterday morning, after nested to mail their certificates on or a lingering illness of consumption, and before that day in order that they may was buried in Buffalo Cemetery in the receive the dividend promptly. Tho afternoon. Besides a husband, who had surplus of the bank waa increased 3t5 desorted her, she leaves a child. and $289.79 carried to undivided profits. Not a distillery is running in the As usual Cashier J. W. Hocker, of the Sixth district. Tuey were all abut down Hustouvillo National Bank, makes a night, and will remain idle for 'good showing. On a capital of 150,000 Tuesday IS months. As a result a number of and f 24,000 surplus ho made $l,039.So and gaugers are out of em out of which a 3 per cent, dividend waa atoreReepera paying all expensea and ployraent. declared after B. G. Fox bought for Lehman five carrying 1,000 to surplus. n; Ti 9 r Ui V V fftlf?r?inirncr vpJtlZlIZVa Q -- a " o tyKJJAL. nrnrv i '' I I I ) 5 Bushels No. I Wheat Screenings ,w.v For One Dollar, m I I, i M ? : Mob-erl- a .'.. V V If taken by July ioth. A Splendid lot of :! court-hous- I Threshing Coal at 9c Per Bushel. Satisfaction Guaranteed. i i, ly .v V Ai' : J. H. BAUGHMAN Stanford, Kentucky. & CO., ;; t 0J iiii v 111 IT PAYS TO BUY Whrre you can get the best value for I your money. pun-ishme- ut Lin-niet- ta My entire line will be thrown wide open to the public. All I ask is a chance to show my goods, and that's no trouble, for For The Next Thirty Days and GOOD GOODS LOW Speak for themselves wherever they arc placed. my line before you buy. Come in and see PRICES W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and Manufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing-- , - rrm. rm i tirst-clas- s. J In a life-time Shingles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- TOST such a chance as this such a Sacrifice of Values i I Never known to Lincoln County people before. We have about 1,500 Yds.Fine Frencn Bingtianis And Wash Goods that we want to turn into cash at once. These goods are worth ioc to 25c per yard. We offer you choice for FIVE CENTS PER YARD; All Clean, Fresh Goods, Good Colorings Black, Gray and Fancies. Don't wait and then expect to find these goods. They are going like hot cakes. Everybody who comes into our store buys some. lust think of fine goods Come early. like these at calico prices. 5, al-b- PENNY'S DRUB STORE Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. c Penny's Draj Store Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. G. L. PENNY, Executor. Semi-Week- ly Interior Joima' " A. evident that tho learned justices do not take, much stock in tho ability of tho K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. seventh son of a seventh son to toll tho Tralnsleare Stanford at 7.10 a. in., and 4:05 future. This intimation of tho views of " and 9:10 p. m. p. m., returning at 4:3 tho court was contained in an opinion written by Justice Grant and signed by L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho other justices in tho caso of tho Peo11 37P m No. 14. Train coins North.. ple versus Arthur Elinor. ' 3 3 No, s6. ......... u 04 pm ' South Last year Elmer appeared nt Ionia No. s, oj p tn nnd advertised extensively his power No.aj, to foretell tho future. Ho was liberally QUEEN & CRESCENT. patronized, but aftor advising a woman Train 1 past Junction City at follows : to lcavo her husband, saying that whilo .. P m No. 1 South 12.07 P m No. a North .1 .1.00 p m in a trance ho had seen tho latter in tho " 3 11.09 a rn " 4 " 01 5 " 6 11 35 am .3i5n net of killing her, ft'0 was arrestod as a 6.00 a m " 8.35 p m ' 10 " disorderly person and convicted. and 10 run no fur Notb. Nos. 4 and and .!. This judgment was affirmed in nn trains stop there. iiw than Junction City. opinion in which tho English statnto which declnrcs that "every person pretending ox professing to tell fprtuues shall bo deemed a roguo nnd a vagabond" was approvingly quoted. Tho opinion also approves tho languago of tho trial judgo to tho effect that no person not a lunatio could bolievo tho possessed tho power to forotoll WILL CURE tho future, Lansing (Mich.) Journal. P- , court is likoly to send cold chills mbll abort Every Tuoaday and Friday running up mid down tho spinal colAT umns of modern day noons, fortune toll$3 PICK, YKAU1N ADVANCE ers and tho liko who have boon wont to find a rich harvest in Michigan. It la rWhen not so paid S2.60 will be charged.- Snprcme dotirt on Fortune Telle?.-A- it opinion htvmlcd down by tho sti-pro- 1 finiRtt, CIomi rittlur;, (junlnt llounet. Besido thn poko which bears tho stamp of Parisian approval thero is n small, closo fitting bonnet, quaint In shapo nnd mado of rather coarse straw or oLo of tho fancy braids. These bonnets, though not unliko tho Dutch cap in shape, nro somewhat larger, and are worn farther on tho face. Tho trimming in somo instances tJikes tho form of n wreath and encircles tho bonnet. Then tho dexterous milliner bonds it so that it Poems almost oval. Somo times tho chief decoration is nt ono side and stands up very high. Again, tho entire front is quite plain, tho trimming is nt tho bock, and either llnrvw out in bows at each side, or stands np quito straight Just in tho renter. Hosettesof pieco velvet or gauzo ribbon aro liked on theso boiuwte, nnd innny good color eflecta nro obtained when, a, littlocnre is taken, and somo Uunight in givvn u tin) contrast between tho rwottcs nnd flowers. Isabel A. Mallon in Ladies' Homo HAVE YOU SAVINGS! TrtKr, SAMUEL - 91. OWENS ub-je- ct A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Free Colnnce Wonhl Act llcfore It York tho following ndopted: Itosolvod, Tlmt nKKn-Riitln- loo Late. At U10 annual meeting of tho Savings Banks association of the state of Now In Ilislf of All. Is a candidate for Sheriff of llncoln Countr, to the action of tho democratic party. JAMES candidate IZ. GENTRY party. Your Stanford, Ky. Office oyer McRoberts' resolutions were ject Is a Cooke's Journal. Sarsaparilla ao-cus- Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Boston's Two Attnl Actons Sores, Boils, Pustules, Boston is somewhat rcmarkablo in Eczema, Tetter, having two of tho oldest actors in tho filled and all dfseascs of the blood and world days of with tho mental vigor of their histrionic triumph. Thoy & Makes You Well. nro Joseph Proctor and Wyzeman MarIndigestion, constipation and dys- shall, each 80 years old, and each iden titled during their pepsia, kidney and liver disease career.with tho Hubthat a certain long' Tho theory proyield to its curative powers and fession will leave its imprint of simiwhen cured it larity on different facoa is uot borao out in tho caso of tluo veterans, for thoy &Keeps You Well. aro totally unlike in appearance. Proctor litis a thin face, tho eyes of a hawk Sold in Lincoln county by nnd an altogether soldierly aspect, whilo I Crash Costume. A few yoars ago a prediction that co;irse kitchen toweling would oho day bo a fsishionablo dress fabric would have met with sconi, but today, amusing and absurd as it sounds, crash is made up F. Alstott, Powers. J. into tho neatest little morning Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. and Is indorsed by tho bet tailors. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. There are various weaves and weights Yours for Health, of crnslu Tho coarse weaves aro somewhat shaggy in surface, whilo tho close James T. Cooke, Somo Arizona Spring. mesh is smooth. The color ranges from Harrodsburg, Ky. An Arizona man is thus quoted in th(j ecru to brown. Dresses made of this Wtishuigton Star: "Thero aro springs material are usually untrimmed or finin Arizona where almost any object can ished only with a belt and collar of colbo iwtrified. Frogs, snakes, lizards and ored linen or duck. A wide, full skirt other reptiles have ventured Into somo bus stitched, overlapix-- seiuns and an OsVSTANrORD. KY. siring any article uf this kind can call ng me at of theso springs nnd btwn turned to Eton Jacket, which has flaring cuffs and hoiii'ct money. B. V. H. my store near Cedar Creek stone. Leaves, twigs and branches of rovers of green linen. Another has a , li W 1N. LKT"V j.tf June it, Capital Stock- Kno ftlUrr Flta. trees havo undergone the snmo process. blouso waist with a rolling collar and Surplus The financial humbugs who are trying But tho most remarkable instance is buttons of tunraoiso blue. Philodel- to throw the country into a wiiiio so n that of......cattleman. Ho was in tho hab- - P"in Ledger. Attention of the public is invited to the far : : . ..II U Ul BIUI11U11H f J.. UI1U Ul ii. . SBTlIlgS that this is the. only National Hank in Stanford that they can have a chance to try their 111 11 U1UU Under the provisions of the National Uank patent silver pills in doses of 10 to 1 A lTeitr hhih. Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. nnd bathing. Ho did this for sometime, ON IMi'KOVKO KAHMS are secured not only by the capital stock, but br the stockholders1 liability lor aa when ho began to feel peculiar pains in ' A lovely and not exioiisivoroom fitted are very much like tlio quack doctor amount equal so DOC DRYB CARROLL UAILKY his feet and ankles, and ho stopncll, but "P for tho homo coming, aftor her four who was called in to st a sick man. In Lincoln county, Ky , at ft per rest , semi an this institution to the stock, by athat depositors of are secured fund of J, 00,000. charged. Address tho pains coutinued, followed by a years of college life, of tho daughter of Not knowing what was tho matter with nual interest; no commission Kenyoa HuiUing, rive svorn statements ofthoconditton of the bsak W. HAW, Rooiti 17, are made each yearto the United States govern& the patient the doctor began to shout OKO Kor blank srplieaiieas and furLouisville. Ky. numbness that never left them. IIx lost tho household, had coiling and walls ment nd its assets are esamissd at staled tints Atby government agents, thus securing ajduiioaa control of tho muscles of thar part ishod in cream white. A dado of wild nnd jump around the betl When aktd ther information, iniuire olJ N. Sauaders, Proprietors torney, Stanford, Ky. soil perfect safely to depositors. of his body, and it was but a fow weeks row crvtoiiuo runs around tho room, to explain his extraordinary Uhavior ho This institution, originally established as the nndthocurtuius, covering of tho lounge, said: "Oh. I ju.it wiait to sourv him Deposit Hank of Stanford In itjl, then until ho realized that his foot had ised as the National Hank of Stanford iS4j potrifiod, mid for tho last year ho cushions, bed vnhuico aud canopy aru into fits. Then I can cure him, for I'm as the First National STANFORD, KY. ol Co., again reorganisedhas bad practically anin Hankandd Stantord in iM, has bceu unablo to walk. Tho rest of all of tho material. Tho window cur- death on fits," Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, his body was somewhat affected, enstcncrof is years Ills better supplied Tho silverite quacks think if thoy can but tains aro shirred on tho jxdes nnd fall now ith Ucllitus for WsnisctirjK business prompt tad prepared tor sale. roadsters and Ky. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and saddlers boueht and sold on commission. Good not so much so, as tho water had not) over sheer muslin ones edged with a only howl calamity long and loud honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduhall mile track anil bett stables in the country. 8 submerged him." frill and tied btvck under tho straight enough they can score nmnufjioturers All kinds of Carnage, lluegy and Wagon Makciaries, tuns and Individuals respectfully sollc- onea with pink ribbons. Tho carpet rug nnd other btisinens men into shutting ing and Repairing doue. tbicles worked over J. V. COOK Kinley has charge J. W. McGlNNlS. new. A and has a cruutn ground with wild nes down, nnd thus bring on hard times. ol made good as department II and guarantees his Ta Director ol this Hsnk is composed el California Itutterllle For Kothschlld. la charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. the painting f'orcslus lipid, Lincoln county; a specialty ant far cash onW. Dunn, tho oldest aud cr trailing over it, and tlio one deep win- Then they fancy that the idle und dis- work. Georgo S. T. Harris, Lincoln; snenth haps the most famous naturalist on tho dow neat is piled witli cushions covered contented workers will rash to tho agi- ly Accounts due tst of each II MRKSHON, THOMAS Y. J J. II. Cellixr, Lincoln; 11 with soft silver green art satt'on in tators, whov threats of debasing the GHKER. J Pacific coast, some days ago received a J. W. Hayden, Stanford; currency cati-A. II. KINLLY tho business depression, tS Cm letter from Barou do Rothschild asking channing luirmony with tho prevailing DANVILLE, KY., S. H. liaughnian.1 Lin4n; and ask them for their great SO ocnt go on a butterfly collecting tour. pink. New York Times. to J. S. Hocker, Stanford; Builder and Dealer in All Kinds him baron has a four story building dollar remedy for ilnnnciol fito. Hut Tho nt W. A.TrlkbU, SUJlord, they are mistaken. The American jxo-plof Carriages. Moro Trimming For New hklrU. Hcrz which he intends to fill with tho-?M. t). Klmere, Stanford; do not want to lm miido ill merely Repairing a Specialty. Work dsne nnd warrant. beautiful varicolored insects. Ho has T. J Hlll.tftaalerd; Tho new skirts for outdoor wear, says K . U. BILBY, Proprietor, ed to give satisfaction. All work done when K. L. '1 aimer, McKinney; ppocifled the localities in California and a fashion authority, upireur moro gener- for the sake of trying some cheap money romised. All accounts due when work Your patronage solicited. M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky 90 Lower California from which hodosircd ally with Homo kind of trimming, yet nostrum. They havo no coutldunco in London. - - - Kontucky. llockw, President; tlio butterflies'. The baron lias learned, for tho most part in straight or sloping the free siher doctors, and will givo Jao. J. McRobcits, lUshlnr; am belts I have to what is pretty well known in Califor-- . lines in tlio length. If tho edgu is to bo them several kind of fits early next No- prepcrsd movedevermy niv Hotel andthe publir A. A McKmner, Assl Caihler : : to accomraoda'o than vember. Ls done by putting a uia, that the foothills of tho Sierras fair- ornamented, this Oood I.iviry attached and every convemencs de ly rd. Give me a call. with nil kinds and sizes of broad band of velvet in a darker color KRANK RILKY. ,7 butterflies at certain seasons of tho all round. Sometimes such bands nre NATIONAL Co DEMOCRATIC HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. yar. Tho county of Mariposa, for in-- , fastened down at pretty long distances CONVENTION. or STAM'OKD. KV . Ftauce, takes its name from the Spanish with largo buttons and KlojKtl ends, to Offers his services o the people ol West Is now fully;er;aaiicd and rcatly far business srita word meaning butterfly, on account of mitigate tho admired tabs so largely and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins The Monon Route, which has the enormous number of thee moving used for trimmings. On evening dresses and CiiVus at trays on hand. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 95 insects to bo seen there. Mr. Dunu lias tho decoration covers tlio front of tho been selected us the official line to Surplus, . been collecting specimens in California fikirt and takes tho shapo of a tablier, Chicago by the vVatterson 0,000, CALL ON Club, and elsewhere on the coast for 17 years. panel and robing of plaited laco or oilers to all desiring to attend the Crab Orchard, - Kontucky. SUCCESSOR toTUK LINCOLN NATIONAL tulle, silk of another color, sequin em- Nat. Democratic San Francisco Chronicle. HANK Convention the Wishes to thank Ins friends and neighbors for broidery, and so forth. Now closing up) with the same assets and asks to bi re. same rate made to the Club, viz : thnir patrousi;e and undsi A SuctfiMtlon For Inventors. STANFORD, KY., inn same management. Granville Haley the Ily SS.oo, being one fare for round- mernbered lu ready future. Mr at any time. A fully provisions of Us chiller, depositors aie as will bo tound to servo jou HltM k Velret ltlbbon. Whon electricity was flist adopted in protected as aio depositora Pocket Key Checks by Mail for ouly 35 Cents. National line of Caskets, Collins, Kobcs, Ax , to Hanks, ita sharcholdcra bems- heM in For Ilaj,'i;age and Key Checks, Metal Checks of houses, an attempt was made to perpettrip from Louisville. I31ook velvet ribbons of tut infinitesTickets will nice from always on hand. ln.ti....ii. is jm liaolc to the catcnt ol the amount of their stock all kinds, lladces, Dos License Checks, Key width trim Ihirniu at the par value tliereol, in addition to the Rrz, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and gen- uate tlio old gits brackets, chaudeliers, imal flchus winchtlio frills of many of be sold July 3 to 6 inclusive, good eral repairing. Shop over M, V. Elmoie's store, etc. It took n certain time for the vendsnares, uiuuui tho beautify otherwise returning tin j uiy 12, if the M.S. Hacgiiman. J. W. IlACGIIMAh. caecuior,mfiticu in sucn trustee, it mar acta S6 Btanford, Ky. aumimstrator, Ac, as fully as ers of such articles to realize that their plain silk waists und blouses, such anindividual. is then adjourned, but in To those who entrusted their buisincss to ru form might be altered for tho better, as fichus being mado of cither chiflbn, whilo innagink: the Lincoln National Ilaak ol 2T. &, t&.'T'EiE&Er'i tho heaviness which was needed where-- mousselino do eoio or spotted net. It is any event till one day after the adStanford, we we here tender our many thanks and All trains of the MoraorxuTOKstubo was necessary was out of placo also noon alternating with frills and in- journment. IrUSt tllCT Will continue to Iranian li.... I . with us, olferins as a guarantee for prompt attla-tio- n & when a thin wire replaced tlio tube. sertions of laco forming epaulets over non Route start from Union Stato aarno.our twenty yeait" esperience ll SALE banking and as liberal accommodations as are coa. So it eeems to bo with motor car- plain sleovea and also velvets in tight tion, 10th & Broadway, at LouisKentucky. sislent with sound banking, riages, so far as I havo seen them. Car- short basqued bodices, but let us hopo ville, arriving at Dearborn Station, riage makers or whoever design tho that tho fashion may never bo revived Guarantees work in every particuDIHICTOHi: which is in the heart of Chicago, J J. WillUms, Mt. Vernon; lar. Prices reasonable. Has had 13 years' expe new vehicles cannot get out of their of wearing a band of black velvet - - Kontucky. ience. S. H. Shanks, Stanford; heads tho forms that are suitablo for car- around tlio throat, for this style, al- and but five minutes ride from the gi 3m riages drawn by horses, and thoy seem though becoming to most, causes many Coliseum J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; where the Convention S J. Kmbry, Sunford; to bo under tho impression that it would a lovoly throat to bo prematurely wrin- will be held. For full particulars If you ned livery glvo us a call. Nothing out J. B Owsley, Sunford; bo almost a crime to deviate from tlio kled, and black will darken tho skin. turnouts will lcavo our stable. Sw us or circular of arrangements made for rates. "In our J. F Cash, Stanford; old models. Tho man whoso motor o J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, for representatives of Ky. by the William Gooch, Stanlord; Fur the Veranda. will eventually become populnr BLACKSMITH SHOP. A. W. Carpenter, MIMcdgcvilU, Wattcrson Club, address E. H. - emancipate his mind from tlio tyrA well equipped Hummer veranda must W. II. Cummins, Treachers work and satlfactory illi. anny of continuity. London Truth. must bo furnished not only with ham- BACON, D.P.A., Louisville. Ky. Will guarantee Try our horse shoer. S. It. Shanks, President Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. prices. .. . mocks and cushions galoro aa well as Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, The Culinary Art. comfortable rustio chuirs, but it must Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Larg W M. llrieht. Telle r. and Commodious Sample Rooms. At tlio rate wo aro progressing in havo a Japancso j)orch curtuiu and fiomo Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. other arts, it is to be hoped that tho of tho artisticully colorvxl hanging of Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 Sclerttifio American ' jk culinnry nrt tho most important of Japanoeo vases. Vines that llouriah in Afjency , them all will have mado such progress theso tliroughout tlio warm months will H7U work rata of bo Invuluablo in tho winter library to duriug tho coming century that tho service of soggy, heavy desserts and lend a touch of growing foliago which 14 YEARS dyspepsia breeding sweets at the end of in now deemed iiulispoiwablo in tho BrfMlJ rflli'M'nlisssssnWssssssVsWssssssninissw NOW OPEN. We'll send you our General Catadinners will be a tiling of unpleasaut modish room. Ti aVssssV Hslisss logue and Buyers Guide, if you memory only. Americans, especially Hl M Ecnd us 15 cents in stamps. That young Americans, havo been handicapOAVVIT Present Engagements Give Prom- Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f lUr IUIny Day Attire. Tffanv ZlZLm. p ays part postage or cxprcssage, and ZJI& A bravo wouhui apponml 011 "the ped with such fare long enough. They Water Pipes, Porise of Largest Attenkeeps off idlers. uldcwiilks of ,Tor Informatlnn .n.s It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; should finish dining with fruits and day wearing Now York" tlio lust rnluy celain Bath Tubs tcl dance for Years. a dividwl skirt, bolted coat HVSS & col Ml YlnoiLwTt ti.Znln " Full of important information no trifles. Our air is too rarefied, our nervA specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO matter where you buy. 700 Pages, ous organism too delicately nttuued for and wuterproof leggings. Tlio dress waa of gray material and reached just bolow' NONE. Gilt edge reference in and out S2,ooo illustrauons: tells of 40,000 tho pastry of English farmhand ancesNew llusic. New Chefs. Ideas. of the State. Ask jour Danville articles and right price of each. One try. Onr meats do not depend upon the tho knce& As other womou straggled profit only between maker and user. cruets for their flavor; our sweets there, to keop thoir skirta oat of tho muddy friends about my wolk. WRITE KOU TERMS. Get it. fore should not be made under tlio mod- drabblo and tho overflowing gutters, T. F. CLARKE. M0NTQ0MERY WARD & CO., ernized formulas of the saffron ago of tho walked on unhiunpered and nuheed-In- g CUS HOFMANN, Proprietor. tll-11- 6 Chicago. cookery. Twentieth Century Cookery. Michigan Ave., tho remarks of critical passersby. Clemeni House Building, Danville, Ky, 1 McRoberts, Stanford. " Fenny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. W. 13. Marshall looks liko a statesman of tho old school. His resemblance to Wendell Phillips lias often been noted. Both men mado their debuts in this city, both have taken their farewells of tho stage hero, and both havo conducted dramatio schools for a number of years on tho sceuo of their former successes. All that has been greatest and best in tho history of tho American stage lias been covered by tho lives of thcoo two noble e.Ypouentsof tho mimic art. Boston Traveller. on tlt Wlioel. A well known cyclist writest "Every tnw whwlwoinau will spend her vacation this summer in a bicyclo tour. There is nothing to equal it. A party of girls may easily go alone, for thero is nothing liko wheeling to mako one independent. Do jwC bother with any baggage, A whoolwomnn doea not need anything but lur bicyclo costume, with a oouplo of changori of underclotliing in a satcliel in tho baggage carrier fastened to the hnndlo bur. Below tliis satchel a small camera is to bo strapped, for no woman should return from a tour without snap shots of tho prettiest bits of country through wldch sho has passed. Nor must her outfit fail to include a repair kit, to savo her from involuntary walking. A watch in a leather case, to bo strapped to the handle bar, is particularly useful in touring, nnd it touches tho feminine heart by being dainty as well. A chain lock must not be foreot. ten. " Vssosstlonii DB. W. B. PE1TITY. 10 to 1 will sJirink th.'eo dollars to nNnit M cents. Instead of g)tting baok theso 1,700,000 debitors would get hack .1.10,000,000 In dollars of present value. IVrhaps they havo worked and saved for years to svm Ky. of their earnings wlpel out by tho destructive freo silver tornado more Sole proprietor Dean's Mack Diamond Kool roKTaint, Kiiimatei furnished for palntinj: Wood, uwful than all of the tornadxi und Metal and Iron Koofs. Satisfaction uaranicd. earthquakes that have visited this coun All roots psinted with Dean's lllack Diamond Taint guaranteed lor years Deal-r- s in bett Cistry since Columbus dLsourervd it. tern l'umni and OalvaaireU Iron Kilters. Oslran- Tho free silver cyclone will not Mriko ueu ana lllack Iron Hoofing of all kinds. si It us unless wo invito it to como our way. In fact tho 4,875,000 dojositors, who havo !l,800.000,000 In tho 1,017 savings banks of this country, havo it in their iovor to prevent tho invitation. r'arm No. contains acres In Washing ton county, K.7 the crwtetst part of which Is In crass; They havo but to vote tolidly ngainst well watered, with good improvements, Includany party and any candidate tlmt s ing nw metal roof tolucco Urn for 10 acre crep. And see the new Hats at Mis Dudderar's Tern- - This farm is situated in what is pronounced the tho fne silver robler scheme and wtrl their savings will bo spureiL Thoy can Lot Fashion this I'erslan New Legon, tirw best district In Kentucky for White Hurley To- nam effects In Mowers .iiu. uimieruiiis resilience nouie. ail the new Prices easily obtain tho 1,750,-00- and Kibboca Handsome goods but Ixiw on Farm No shot! with brick s contains 100 acres In same locality, Dress tke latest stile and Mtvkholdors who havetoO, 000,000 notice. maWiug done int). 1)1 PUKKAH. dwll.ntf Large stuck and M biros. Oncol the best improved farms tobacco MKS. K.ATK DtUDKKAK. in lbs invitel in the 0.000 building and I0.111 county. of this eountn. lloth farms are in fine state of nresetratlan, well Lot tho b, 000,000 or 10.000,000 who watered ond fencul. Close to R H. depot, schools. market and 011 a tine turnpike. havo Havings, in ono form or uuother, I 'or iniormauou apply to cluarly uutlerstnud what 10 to means ' SAUNIjKKS, J 10 Ls up with the cheap to them and the jig Stanford, Ky, am back from the cities with everything that Millinery A tlsit and pretty dollar agitation. Tho 5.000,000 nr Is new store will in the you that tine. stock is my this to convince 0,000,000 holders of life poli- the, moit complete. Ktcgant lias Linens and F.mbroidcry Material. cies also have much at Make. They havo MISS LICCU IIKAZLLY, paid their premiums in gold and are enStanford, Ky Attornoy Law, titled to have their policies paid in gold. All such investors should htudy this sil- ver question nnd learn on which sido Orhcaan I. sooner Street, opposite the Cutt their interests lio before it is too lato Mouse Collections receive eencclal attention, la to mivo for plank All persons desinnc l.ncu.t no If they can fenc, post and railing or nt fence, can fid moral reason why they should not vote what ther want at my stoic near Cnlar Creek, on for n fraudulent change of ftautlards of the pikplcsillag from Crsh Orchr.l !' Minford iuso Veep always on hand a ckh1 supplr of ptanL value, jHThaps they ean nee a selfish NATIONAL BANK for fciiciiis. All kinds ol lumber for building thot will cnuM them to vote for All persons dealso boards and slilncles 700,-000,0- tho Interest ot l,Tu),0u0 Upo-iltowith di jxnita over f7lO.ft.X),U0a, oolimnly protest nkriiliiat uny nml nil clTorhi to cIuuiko tho Rolit Dtaiulanl nowcxlMlnxof tho eurrmcy of thu country nml ivtllniLi It conviction tlmt nny from this tJNimliirtl will not only ImpoJr tho proriportty of the liiixirliitr ol:i- -. bat thnt U10 ouly c1iumi or Imllrlilurth U Ui IxpQtcU would bo th rnpHnlUt nml forrl! Investor, who would bo Quick to trOio udvuu totfi) of tho rLs.) and nltlumto fall In prlooi suru to follow n piuuilum m uolcl, IUwilvt-d- , That In our Judttniuut tho futuru prosperity of tho country nnd thi wrltnro of tho pvoplu domnnd not ouly Uuit tho gold tntidard (dull U rnnlntnlnl, but tKu cur rency ttystcm now In uho ulinll bu ho chautttil nnd rrmodidttl uj to nw.it and mUpt It to tho lnoniwliiK ncilitot ounutwrixi, nad kiu.i1 In r ctirity nnd credit with tho hwrt In circulation by uny of tho ctrillKil nntlon of tho ivtrth. Every dollar in tlKW sarlngs bank.s is worth 100 cent in gold iuil niiretHntH lalwr mwvsuroil in gold. Frvoooiiingo at thlaoclntlon, nprtsintlnR 10 thn a, tlon of tho democratic support is carnpstly soln.ited for Sheriff ot Lincoln County, sub- Uuildlng. Drugstore in the Owsley EM3IETT McCOUMACK Is a candidate for Atsooor of Lincoln Countr. sul'ject to the action of the democratic patty Your support it inrnr'tly solicited. I will from now oti de!er tho Stanford Factory. Ice regularly every morniri);, Price M. Is a candidate F. EX.KIN for Assessor of 100 Pounds and Over 40c por 100. All b!Ills must m nth subjcit to the action uf the democratic party. Lincoln Countr, An r amount between to and too lbs at Kcn positively be tald tho tint of each K. IIKKMFK. JOE T. E3I11UY Is a candidnlo for Asscss.ir or Lincoln Couuty, subject to tho action ot the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Fccl and Sale Stable, Junction City, - otie-ha- lf Thomas' J. T. JOUES, Hay Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Rakes Stanford, K.ILY Kontuckv. First Class Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates, A portion of your patronag. Is respectfully solulted iS em. au J. K. VanArsdale- Two Farms For Sale. 1 , Como Ono. Come All. sup-Iort- -- thea.-sistance- of 0 TO THE LADIES 1 co W. S. BTTKCS, 1TOTICE Stanford, FIRST at Kentucky. thorn-elve- s. s.-- rea-M- 1 pur-o- tr ' 8100,000 Dentist, Stanford, Ky. I I MONEY To LOAN 23,700 BAILEY DRYE, tin-a- ll 1 Training nnd Sale Stable First-clas- bo-co- St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, g unlnter-rupts- s Ilorsc-iiheeiii- SHAW, ul o e THE RILEY HOUSE Isdo-vere- d. . J. T. STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, farmers Rank&Trnst Lin-co- la J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, F. G. BRADY, n so-l- - Con-ventio- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Bricklayer First-Clas- Stonecutter Stanford, s UTERY, FEED & STABLE, Stanford, ss BARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. . first-cla- car-ring- Somerset, first-clss- s fc Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown CRAB ORCHARD Superior Plumbing! SPRINGS EXPERIENCE m A IjL ffH, U asssssssssssssssn 551'oHtmtS. .V"?", 1 !k I 'T!rmTsrs?rysi'emJtj iLKi ZiZii3iS&&3gL, ;afl.fcs.A t i jiLsaU. - "i -- sfnrff-f iC., t