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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896070701 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. P-- . jemi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. lll'STOXVILLE. Interi STANFORD, TllE VALLEY OF I.AllOll. KYM peo-be- OR Tot TR MAT NO. 37 TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1896. ' 1 Walter GrcenliiK hue b brick yard in The Large Number of W'urLiwj Men nuu l'.witiKtl bi the Clijl of Kinlm-li- j full ulnat on h8 plnco. Walter Ih one ol Rinr. Hioii liiiiDoit, July J -- TIib 3300.000 not our stirring citizens and if he does catch the oIubIvo silver dollar in ono di appropriated by "Uncle Sam" is UndiiiK tHctloniind IjoIiik distributed hero iow rection he tmraues it in another. Carl Wheeler traded Sam. his fnm- - ninoHK the 200 or 300 men who Hre earn- - in every cent they make on the locks OU8 charer, to Mllliml Allen (or hia litDr.. anil tlamg of Kentucky river, almoat 13'--' boot tie Naboth mare, giving Carl will now be prepared to reach pu-- 1 within a Btone's throw of this justly With the largo amount of j tnous bridisu. with the speed of the wind. George Kllis, who has been sick for, machinery used, run by about a dozen over two weekB, is reportod convalescent. engines, carr ing dirt from the dry por. Matt SandiJge, who has been sick of ty tion of the river (that which has by the phoid fever, is now convalefcing. Judeo hands of these men been made as dry as d Oarnnltz continues to be confined to his! was the Ked Sea to let God's favored with n stubborn attack of rheuma- - pie, pursued by I'haroah's hoots, pas overi to Point where it will do the mod tisui. Hev. Mr. Leonard, of the Baptist good; to see stones shipped from a Seminary, Louisville, will tance weighing all the way from 2,000 to preach at the BaptlBt church next Sun- - 10,000 pounds being handled as easily as day morning and night. Hev. W. L. Wil- - an infant is handled by its mother; to liams will preach at the Presbyterian see how each of the many men, the horschurch at McKinney next Sunday after- es, mules and machinery are all performing accurately their assigned duties, is a noon at half past 3 o'clock. The mooting of the Christian Kn sight that is Instructive to every appredeavor Societies at Washington City will ciative individual. As I eat on the banks SOMEWHAT LOCAL. and ob be attended by Mioses Mac and Itettie df the river at the ferry There were 118 applicants for teachLogan. Misa Margaret lieiinett expects sored trains passing to and fro over the Cincinnati. A number of bridge 300 feet in the air above, and saw er's certificates in Madison thi year. to go from John Johnson was killed by lightothers will tako advantage of the low the 'J00 men in the bed of the river, to a certain extent changing its course, I was ning at Harrodsburg whilo working in a rates to visit the capital citv. Win. Dunn baa been employed by signally impressed with the fact that the potato patch. A cow near him was nleo Undo Sam to carry the mail between mind of man conceived and accomplish-thi- s killed. The collections in this district for place and Moreland for' the ensuing ed wonderful things, The locks and dams are only a few June were 192,703.59, making nearly a is prepared also to carry year. William passengers and freight. Ho and I'ncle hundred yards from the gigantic saw million for tho year taken in by CollecJohn Armstrong having divided the bus- - mill of the High liridgo Lumber Co, tor Hodes. William Jones, a noted desperado, which is running up to its full capacity, ines will doubtless both get rich. was snot and killed in Whitley county ' Bbout M'000 foet -- Tho poor farmer seems to get the hot Pr '. "id employ-en- d a Tho lnK nearly a half hundred men. Tho in drunken row. James Faulkner did of the poker on all occosions. tho shooting. wheat crop was so poor that it hardly fniillea of some of these men, and those Mins Nellie Kemper, aged 30. died paid for harvesting and now tho corn who are employed by tho government, suddenly at Lexington of heart failure, t ,1RV caused the springing up of several crop promises to bo so plentiful that it She wont per bar-- ' general merchandise stores, which appa- - superinduced by bicycling. will not bo worth moro than rentlyare doing a Und otlko business. there from Lancaster five yeira ago. rel. There seems to be no hope for him In the annual adjustment of salaries, unices can get pay for his products in 50 Some of these fttmilies are living in shantho poetuiBBter nt Lnwrenceburg loses cent silver dollars, which would likely ties so constructed that it is not neceesn-r- v 5100, whilo those at Stanford, Hichmond, to label them "lor summer use only." introduce an era of unparalleled prosNicholnaville and Winchester gain f 100 I am told that there is a continual perity. each. Mrs. Coulter and Mrs. Warder with stream of visitors tu this "valley of laLawrencebur is not going to have her charming children, relatives of Mis ' bor," as It might be properly christened electric lights and water works Biter all. Charles Wheeler and her guests for sev- now, from the adjoining towns, and as at least lut yet awhile, Tho company eral weeks past, have returned to their they all have to crofs at tho ferry, the which contracted to build them, has home at Maysville Mrs Coulter will ferryman is right in the fight and says he "busted." reiurti to Stanford In the ueAr future to dorsn't care n tinker's dam whether The Phil letter in tho Liberty Triinstruct a clans in embroidery und fancy those crossing pay him in free silver or bune reports the deaths of Mies Alice needle work. She is certainly a gifted sound money, lint ho will have a Grlilin and Mm. Lydu Cain, near that or whatever you artist in this lino and exhibited ravish- - nic, or a good place. The latter was the mother of ingly beautiful specimens of her handi- may choose to call It, from now till Oc- 13 children. work here. Dr. Tom Hohon passed tober, at which time it is proposed to A will bo established soon through Friday from Stanford to his hos- have tho locks and dams completed. at Lanhamtown, Casey county, and tho He took in tho Mortal man, with his sweetheart, nevpitable homo in Casey name of the village will be changed to Guerrant meeting and was fervid In his er drove over finer courting domains G rider, iu honor of Casey's representaappreciation of tho eloquent doctor's ser- than arethe two miles from tho ferry tive, the Hon. Hev. F. Gnder. mons bo much so that one might be. here to Shakertown. It winds round a Larkin Fain, aged ly, in a fight with lievo ho was "almost persuaded. " Mies rucged clitl, sufliciently shady to be his brother Joe, in Jessamine, struck I .. l- I..II f...t.i.. :.i. . . . . Lena Goodn has returned home after a ... omiciim., cuiiuuruiuie, wiui rucs on u stay in Louisville. John W. the one side towering hundreds of feet, pJ protracted WaaknII km v The dw, Drye returned from a pleasant visit to while on the other Ib a precipice that for occurre(l QVer ft ,e wJ woman d R()HarroJsburg last week. No one has the nearly tho ontiro distance reaches a depth gft j j mi lightest suspicion what takes John W. of from 00 to 150 feet, so that the horse T,;o trU8teM o( th(J Djmvm b to Mercer's capital so often. Hex Held mustbekeptlnthemiddleof the road. hoo, re.eIecled 1Vof w Q GtLi and his bride, of Somerset, arrived last and amid tho wild flower aroma that pre- ,nc, , with lhe foow, BMi8tanU. Wednesday on a visit to his brother, Vftl!s,ayoung man of Howan Saulley s M fa L We,ch MIm L D John. Hex has been overwhelmed with or Jack Hon s calibre ascending this M Barker and Miss Pattto Mc- congratulations from his many friends. beautiful nill in the business just men- ate. . lfli, , His wife iseutlering from a rising in her tioned would imagine they wero sailing .,,. Blnrm IUIW.U .. l ' niltOUU . hand caused by a bruise and ..being at into Heaven on llowery beds of esse. See 'may. r i i tie stones were so large it drove very painful and dangerous if they don't travel .over it beforo they present in a the hands and stock to sholter. On Mage. John K. Drye left Friday on a aro three months older. farm two hands wero.crippled by Shakertown, or 1'ieasant Hill, will al- being visit to hia daughter, Mrs. Hradloy, at struck with hailstones. The damHarrodsburg. Incidentally ho will doubt- ways bo an interesting place and a beau- age to torn will be heavy. less encourage the H,on. John H.Thomp. tiful one. Tho Shakers have rented one An Anderson county man is doing a eon in his Congressional aspiration and of their largest buildings to some thriving business in the sale of supposed put in a fow gentle liens for free silver. gentleman, who is ruuniug a tip- molds for coming silver dollars, which Mrs Higgius, of Ivirksville, ia tho guest top hotel now. Tho young people from ho urges ignorant people to buy and be of hei daughter, Mrs. Deo Woods. James the Bitrrotinding neighborhood and nd- prepared for coining their own dollars P. Goode, who has been in Cincinnati for joining towns flock to this hotel about when the bullion in distributed. BOino time pnst under tho treatment ol a twice a week and have a good time gen- John LHckey, colored, was drowned Bpecialist, is at homo again and report a eraliy, a nigh old time you might hhv, in tho water works lake at Hichmond. that the doctor gave him great encour- and danco till tho chickens proclaim the He was with a party of fishermen, whoi agement concerning his oyo aud said that dawn of a now day. It is said that it while under the inlluence of liquor, wonld likely reatoro will probably become a summer resort, continued treatment pushed him in for fun, and being too the Bight. Misses Georgio Nowburn and and thero is no reason why it should not drunk to swim ho was drowned. Frauceo Adams have returned from an ba a good one, since the water is excelMisa Minnie Klliott ontertaiued a enjoyable visit to tho Hubble neighbor- lent, the scenery beautiful and on the number of her young friends atjthe hood. Miss Alkens, of Pittsburg, Pa , is banks of Kentucky river, which makes hist Friday evening. Features of boat riding of easy access, with ita attendtho guest of Miss Lucy Alcorn. the evening were miiBic and delightful ant romantic pleasures, toother with Misses Fiorenco)and MaLorenzo MuKlnney, the Ohio farm- plenty of shady nooks amid forest trees, refreshments. ot lis- shrubbery, bushes and wild llowera in mie Klliott assisted in receiving and ener who recently bad tho ploasure tening to hia funeral sermon, has declin- abundance, all of which are necessary re- tertaining the guests, and the occasion was very pleasant to all who attended. ed to rent his corpse to a OhfcaKO dlmo quisites to make life worth living at a Mafiyeld Mirror. Tho Misses Elliott unmuseum for exhibition purposes, at f 100 wateriug place. til recently lived in Lancaster. Thomas Miller OwBley, Eq., of the per week. It isn't every man who can Tho Geo. H. McKinney Fishing make as much mon3y as that after ho is Bowling Green Journal, knows a good Club, composed of Mr. G. H. McKinney, thing when ho sees it. Souio time ago dead. of Stanford, Ky., Prof. J. W. Agnew, ol A New Jersey widow wrote a uoto to I road a paragraph of his wherein lie paid Floraatou, Ala.. Messrs. M. F. Unlet a fellow at Aahland, Ky., who had at- a beautiful compliment to Col. JBck Win-fortempted to flirt with her, to meet her at Chinn and said that individually he WelliBch, Markle. Cammock and of Montgomery, Ala., and J. E. h certain place. He could hardly wait cjuUI boo uo reason why he should be Maxwell, Nat Cook, Jr., and C. Maxfor the liBppy time and was promptly on pictured or painted as a desperado with woman appeared and a knife in hand when he seemed so much well, of Pensacola, returned from a 10 hand when tho drawing a cowhide from tho folds of her like a genuine, genteel gentleman. In days' cruise lastnight. This is the club's second outing, and they enjoyed themdrees let him have It till he ran away Mercer few men are more popular than vary much. They own the steam Col. Chinn. "If I was in troublo," said selves creet fallen and disgraced. yacht, Florence, and all are jubilant over ia nlaking a fortune a gentleman to me yesterday near Salvi-sA Kansas man time ''I would get help of any kind quick- the good of fish they had and the large with hie grasshopper catching machine, they caught, Pensacola, them by the bushel. They er by calling on Jack Chinn than any amount which catches Fla., News. man in Mercer county. He is a friend are then cooked and fed to the boas. A burglar entered Rev. F. C. vear the insurance com that can be relied upon even if he has to fin inr this house at Auburn, Ind., and stole a $300,000 behind on business go where bullets are flying thicker than panies are The losses by fire In hall stones." He practices charity more suit of clothes. The preacher mounted Kentucky. in than he preaches it a commendable vir- his bicycle and started in search. In less Louisville alone 1b over 1000,000. grand armed tue. A Mercer widow's cow died recent- than two hours the burglar was in jail But one of Nopoleon'a to claim the ly. A kind neighbor met Co). Chinn and Rev. Colvin was wearing the suit. of which there were 44,000 He in the road and told him that he was In 1859, is alive. At a ball game near Vanceburg, Rev; 8t. Helena medal making up money to replace the cow Leonard Penrod cut W. M. Carver's 1793. was born ia with a better one, and stated that 25 eta, throat from ear to ear. Penrod is known Itammin, the German who originatwaa all that was asked of each contribu- as the fighting preacher, having shot a Moorish Talace at Chicago, ed the tor, "A quarter, the devil," said Col. man only a few months ago. lulclde in a forest near Berlin, Col-Chiu- n ( j Chinn, "tako thia ?20 and go and buy hera cow," which was done. A neighborhood rnHn undergoing a severe und protracted spell of aicknes1?, and he had no more of this world's goods than the Savior possthaed whilo a sojourner upon earth. Whilo other neighbors, with the characteristic rarity of Christian charity, were dropping coppers, nickels and dimes into the hat that was being passed around the community for tho relief of the hungry children of Hie sick man, Bent them a spring wagon bailed to its full capacity with substantial pro visions, thus showing that tenderness Is his real nature and that his heart is of sufllcient eiz5 to occupy considerable space in other words ho has a big heart in his manly bosom. Instances of the kind like unto the two recited above aro common, I am told, with Col. Chinn, who sows seeds of kindness. His elegant home is something like a public resort, since people Hock thero to enjoy his unbounded hospitality, which I too in the past have sampled. Joe F. Watkkb. LANCASTER GARRARD COUNTY i;:jW:i7w:w:vA ... . -- . - - I to-da- , j 1 j j ' pic-thin- post-ollic- Married at J. Hunt McMurtry's office by Hev. F. M. Hill, E. H. Lano to Miss Lizzie Johnson. Tho Daniel Boone club has been entertaining a number of ita friends tho past week at Cold Springs. Died at his homo near Flatwoods, of enlargement of the liver, David Jonee, at the advanced ago of 72 years. Since the recent heavy rains the picnic for tho members of the Christian , . ... .V. l onnuay ecuooi It nas ueen poaipuueuI miu- - r.i jk-- l indefinitely. or The happy trio, composed of Messrs. I, LHbe.ll Denny, John rarra anu jonn .m. Lear, left yesterday for an outing In tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky. The Grecian Delsarte entertainment, given by Misa Glascock under the management of the aid society, will be repeated at the Pleasant Grove church. Married on Thursday at the residence of S. D. Rothwell, John Pollard, of this county, and Misa VanArsdall, of Tatham Springs. The officiating minister was Rev. F. M. Hill. The colored race celebrated the 4th by a big picnic in Mr. Gill's woods. Notwithstanding the overflowing rain that morning, they seemed to enjoy the day, for they feasted and were merry. A reception was Miss tendered Amanda Anderson at Kingston last Tuesday evening by her friend, Mrs. Crate Maupin. All of the old Kingston pupils were in attendance to do honor to their teacher, Miss Anderson. Died in thia county at the advanced ago of 70 years, Mr. George Scott. The deceased had been in failing health for quite a while. Tho burial occurred on Sunday at Mt. Hebron. A wife and five children, two sons and three daughters, aro left to mourn his departure. Miss Carrie Woods, a Lancaster young lady, recently appeared upon the program a number of times at a musical held at Misa Baur's Cincinnati Conservatory. MiBS Woods' friends here, at her old homo, will be glad to learn she waB granted a certificate for the academic year ending, June 30th. W. A. and T. J. Price sold a car load of cattle last week to James Burnside and Arch Kavanaugh at 3.S5. They also sold 50 hogs at 3c. W. T. Bennett sold a horse to Asa Wilson for $30. J. G. Galloway bought of Pleasant Murray a bunch of sheep at 4c. A. D Ford sold a yoke of cattle to E. Leavell at 05 l ! , ht .' m M I: Violet Talcum and Violet Water. Ladies are delighted with these refreshing toilet requisites. For a Toilet ok Baijv Powder nothing surpasses the Try it u 'j r O! Violet Talcum. Our Violet Toilet Water produces CSTPrescriptions a delightful bath. an Experienced Pharmacist. carefully compounded at all hours by J '. J y : i W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. Court-Hou- se. ' Stanford, Ky. a : a - .V. Jmf S U CO E1SS ! Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods Lower Than Anybody. My Stock Must Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want ft GOODS CHEAPER THA1T You bought them before, now is your time. vx'&& EVER l JAMES FRYE, Hustouville. vvvvvvvvv7vvivvrv ..UVlflCe - rM - CRAIG & HOCKER. .DEALERS IN. 13 ravrves, rugs, IJ unsm'ksais, uiis, PJ ' ' I Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. It Pays to Daal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. -- ,,,. ,,, ,,.. . , hn ' K-,- Dowell.-Advoc- mm 1 .... m. m Che-nault- 'a Kn-gh- th . j col-leg- o d, a, Col-vin- 'a com-mlt- td Rev. Hiram Moore, the Garrard county agent of the American Bible Association, has been here for six months past and has visited 1.71S families, traveled over 1,000 miles of country, and supplied as many as 210 households destitute of tho holy book. Though an aged man his untiring zeal in bis work is to be highly commended. The financial question still agitates the politicians of this eection. It would seem, though, that some are not as wise, as their own wits would make them believe. Oneeolou, recently discussing tho issue, remarked: "Of course I'm for tho white metal; who wouldn't rather have 1G silver dollars for one gold dollar." It appears that this is about as much wisdom as a good many possess on this subject. Meadames A. C. Denny and J. S. Robinson have gone to Tatham Springs with tho hopn of recuperating their health. Misa Alice Moore, of Lexington ia thoguist of Misa Myrtio Wilds, w! S. Ferguson, of Covington, made a trip to Lancaster Ibst week. Mis. Susan Fisher, and Misses Sue, Hallio aud Annie Loyd Herring aro attending the Lexington Chautauqua. Ed Dillehay, of Danville, waa a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. B. F. Hudson and daughter, Miss Lizzie, left yesterday for a visit to tho Windy City. Misa Nina Atkinson returned to her houid at Henderson Monday after a pleasant visit of several months to her cousin, Miss Margaret Mason. Mrs. Adaline Landram loft Saturday for a protracted visit to her daughter, Mrs. Charles McGnguin, of Albany, Ind. Miss Margaret Wilkerson, of Pewee Valley, is the guest of Misa Octavia Kemper. Misa Leila Cornelison, of Richmond, is visiting her friend, Miss Belle Harris. Misa Kate Walker left last week on a visit to her niece, Mrs. W. G. Dun-la- p, ot Lexington. W. D. Litrell and wife, of Clay, are visitors of Jamea Murray. Misa Amanda Anderaon haa returned from a visit to friends in Rockcastle and Madison. R. Kinnaird and wife aro visiting relatives in Middlesboro. Bruce Huffman, of Louisville, ia on a visit to hia father, Dr. Wm. Huffman. MiBa Young, of Due Weat, S. C, Miss Templeton, of Abbeville, Ga., and Misa Vandeveer, of Louisville, are gueata of Misaea Annie and Elvira Wallace. Mrs. M. A. Weieiger and daughter, Lucille, Miss Katharine Kinnaird, Robert Lee Davidson and sister, Annie, are attending the Chautauqua at Lexington. Miss Jennie Forbes, of Richmond, is with Garrard county relatives. Mrs. Alex Weat and daughter are guests of Mrs. Charles Denman, of Richmond. James of Ohio, ia with his brother, W. H. Kinnaird. Miss Allie Walker, of Kirksvllle, is the guest of her conains Mbjses Addle and Bertha Burnside. busi-nesa Kin-riaird, i5. CM 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 of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilA Large Stock Well-Selected 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. kook Out for Our Gerjtre Table! Which will be ladened with the Rarest bargains from day to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss and CHARLES WHEELER June iS.'qC. 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 ol all THERE IS NO DANGER. Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see The Safest, Simplest! And Most Durable Stove Made. HIGGINS & McKINNET. ttMi-WEBL- Y INTEPJORJOURHM Stanford, Ky., VV. - July 7, 1SU6 P. WALTON. and assuming the beligerent qualithe other, when some one let the light into his befuddled brain that it wrb ter. all a joke. And then the laugh went on. Some of the silverites are for a one plank platform ignoring everything but The sound money men uuder tho lead Napkins, 25c per dozen. A good quality of white ta of Mr, Whitney and Senator Hill are their hobby. Mrs. Herbert Young, of Donnellton, making an up hill fight for sound money, ble linens at only 27c. 3S inch bath towels 9c. 24 inch and believing with Mr. Cleveland that a cause in a fit of insanity, cremated herself figured towel Sc pair. Checked cotton c. Bleached daughter. worth fighting for is worth fighting for her cotton, yard wide, Penitentiary prisoners at Columbus Hoosier cotton 5c. Columto the end, but tho majority says noth. talk, sing and bus Mills 1492 bleached cotton, yard wide, 5c, worth ing but silver oratory shall be heard on were allowed to smoke, yell all day Saturday. the floor of the convention. The NationAll Calicos, including indigo uluc, black and white S?$c. An L. & N. locomotive exploded at al committee baa selected Senator Hill n best brands go at lxtC. All wool serge, 46 in wide, 35c. killing the engineer, Tns Kentucky Press Association was for temporary chairman, but the free Uartzell, Ala., S and brakeman. Men's working shoe 94c 8x4 unbleached sheeting so well pleased with tho services of Mr. silverites aay ho shall not serve, but will A flow of oil, estimated at 1,000,000 they arc cheap at 51.25. Ladies' black and tan Oxlords H. E. Woolfolk, of the Danville Advo- elect White, of California. gallons per dav, waa struck in Overton cate, that it created the office of second 47c A Diei'ATCn from Richmond says that county, Tennessee. vice president and elected him to it, and Randolph, charged with tho Sydney recognizing the fact that Mr. James W. the Climax has been sold to Judge J. C. was hung by a encyclopedia and a Ohenault for 15,000, who will run it as a murder of a little girl Hopper is a human f Men's and boys' clothing at just mob at Rockvillo, Mo. what others walking compendium of knowledge made red hot free silver organ. The present Five inches of rain fell in a few ask. Men's good suits at $2.48, worth 5. Wc have just liiji historian of the association, also editor, Mr. French Tipton, who is a sound in Louisvillo Saturday, flooding creating the office for the man. It is told money man, will be businese mauager hours received our Fall and Winter Samples from II. J. Franks the streets and filling the cellars. of Mr. Hopper that since he has been on and see that no money is taken that 1b & Co. Wc also take your order for tailor made shirts. At Fairview, 111., Mrs. Frank Armthe other editors not worth 100 centaon the dollar. the Courier-JournKit guaranteed. All we ask is that you come and look strong, and her two children were killed never have to refer to other authority Aliokld says tho whole thing can be by the horse they were riding, falling. for yourself and be convinced that we sell goods cheaper than him. Ho has read everything and gotten through at Chicago. If it John Allison is wanted at Milan, has the most wonderful of memories. He than any other store in town. Follow the procession to were better to be done, then it were bet- Tenn., for throwing hot WHier into his was among the association's first presithe Louisville Store, where the best bargains can be ter to be done quickly. wife'a face when phe quarreled with him. dents and it is safe to say that he knows is in jail at Cincinnati, bought for the least money. Wm. Haas more about its doings than all the rest of POLITIC A L POINTS. confessed murderer and ravisher of the ita members together. The truth is he is vt Of tho Kentucky delegation to Chi- - Mrs. Wm. Brader, to whom he was hira very remarkable man and what ho 7 ed. doesn't know is hardly worth adding to cago, 23 are for Blackburn. Frank Asher, of Perry county, shot 7 New York stock exchange J. At the one'a knowledge. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, seriously wounded Tom Haley when S. Bache & Co. offered to bet $10,000 and for his daughter's If the free silver men, who are in the 8gainat that McKinley will be the the latter asked him T. D. RAN FY, Manager. band. will attempt no next president. saddle, are wise they James Faulkner shot and killed WilBranch Stores: revolutionary methods or Bet aside any A democratic convention to nomiliam Jones, near Williamsburg. They customs of the par- nate a candidate for Congress in the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg of the Est ty. They must attempt no gag rule nor Fourth district will be held Augnst 27 were at a logging camp and were both Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, drinking. in any wise give the ultra gold bug wing at Elizabethtown. Ky., Elizabethtown, Franklort, At Morehead, Lafe Brooks waa found anyexcuBO for bolting. Because they It is Baid that no matter who is nom of Gus McKenzie at p. and Mauckport, Ind. have the power they should not use it inated for president, John R. McLean, of guilty of the murder The old timers are dropping out of the deepotically. Let them do every thing the Cincinnati Enquirer, will bo named West Liberty, and his punishment fixed rrl at death. fun, but it is pleasant for them to bu reas decently aa they can and if they will for vice president. Mrs. Ashley, who accuses "Lucky" membered in this way by thoee who at force their dogma upon us, let them not A caucus of the Bland forces was shot at him in tended tho Pres Association. Col. It. J seek to nominate the candidates by the held at the Sherman House Sunday. Baldwin of betraying her, rule. Such Sixteen States with 21S votes were rep- the court room at San Francisco and Nowlon says in hia notes of the meeting abrogation of the slightly. at Georgetown: Many familiar faces of a course would bts suicidal, aa it would resented. The Bland leaders were much wounded him At Edmnnton, this State, Albert the olden time were conspicuous bv their give the dissatisfied element of the party elated. young lawyer, was absence, among thorn being our much esreal excuse to refuse to support them. Grant Roberts, brother of Editor Scott, a prominent shot to death by Nick Ray, a horseman, teemed friend, W. P. Walton, of the ATSam J. Roberts, of the Lexington LeadWe take it that the talk of nominating er, was appointed Wednesday to a clerk- as a result of an old quarrel. Stanford Interior Journal, French TipAa t hereault of tho renewal of an ton, of the Richmond Climax; W. A. Senator Teller at Chicago is the merest ship in the insurance department at old fued in Carter county James and Holland, of the Eminence Constitutionrot. at least it ahould be if it is not. As Frankfort, under Commissioner Comin-gorcrazy aa some of the free silver men seem Abner Conley have been dangerously alist; J. W. Hopper, of tho Courier-JournSalary f 1,500 per year. by an attacking faction. to be they will not do any thing so idiEmmett Logan, of tho Louisville It is not so certain that tho sound mon- wounded Cooking, 1 Samuel Rose, of Lewisburg, shot Timer, S. J. Roberts, of tho Lexington otic. It would result in defeat worBe ey wing will allow itself to be reorganized Stoves, Heating, Aud Ranges for 30 days going at less followed the nomination seriously wounded three colored Leaden Clarence E Woods, of tho Richthan that which by Jack Cbinn, Eph Lillard and Compa- and J Gasoline, than actual cost. by the democrats in 1872 of Horace Gree- ny. At least the sentiment in this coun men, with whom he had quarreled. Two mond Register; Aitcheson aud Dan of them are not expected to live. ley, an original republican, and ought ty ia against W. T. Havof tho Woodford Son; it and that sentiment has to. The Interior Journal is ready solidified and crystalized. Mt. Vernon Town Marshal H. H. Harmon and ens, of the Mt. Sterling Wick Younger were killed in an encounto support any decent man, with an un- Eagle. F. D. Spotswood, of the HarrodeTeller and sullied democratic record, but The ending of the ehort and not very ter near AdHirville Saturday. Their Head bnrg Democrat, and othors whoa names free silver wonld be too much for it. The brilliant career of the Owensboro Tri- bodies were found on the roadside. do not recur to us just now. These are line would have to be drawn Johnny Cracker, of all actively at work in the ranks, but bune leads the Mebeenger of the eame city, to remark: The election of Bradley Hamilton, O., had both eyes blown out there are others who have put oil the The formal announcement of Hon. opened up an inviting field for experi- by the premature explosion of a cannon harnesH to enungn in other pursuits. John B. Thompson's candidacy for Con- mental republican newspapers, and nearfirecracker. At Elwood, Ind., Benjamin gress appears in this issue. Mr. ThompFully 15.000 women and girls of ly every day that swings around the cir- Thomas' head was blown off by a simi'ar lias Come and Gone and Washington ride bicycles. It may then is a democrat and a gentleman and son cle of time, heralds the starting of a new explosion. be imagined what a sensation has been is therefore preferable to any republican republican venture "to fill a long felt Frank Wall, aged 80, and a wealthy produced by the formal declaration by hold radnaJiiaw, even if hi do-want." Not later than the November resident of Springfield, Ky., wbh struck the Woman's Heecutt League that tho ical free silver views, and if the party at election and Kentucky will become no- by an engine and killed at Wall, Pa. A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater efbicycle is a promoter of immoraliiy. Chicago declares for free ailver and Mr. torious aa a graveyard for republican He was the founder of the town of Wall, fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance Thompson gets the nomination, the Injournalistic failures. There have been a and waB there to wind up a real estate ib not only going to supterior Journal few alreadv. deal when he met his deeth. FOR SALE. both to you ?nd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for acport him, but do it with a cheerful good counts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due At Terro Haute, Ind., Harry Wein-cCII U11C II CHIMES. will. out walking with a friend, while A gocd Residence Home in Stanford, with last January. Rev. R. B. Mahony is holding a suc- placed his revolver againBt hia temple on umt lot, (or tale, The lot contain! Wb hope we may be permitted by the 'V acre, and can be easily divided, putting storefree ailver people to say that if they are cessful meeting near Rock Castle Springs. and said: "I wonder what would happen house and resilience on separate lots. At reasonRev. L. M. Laeley is assisting iu a if a man were to shoot himself here." able price and en easy urms. Apply to bent on nominating a free silver man Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. j3tr J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky do better than name camp meeting at Greenwood, Pulaski He pulled the trigger and fell dead. that they could not 85,000,000 gallons. And still the prohi- county. Rev. H. A. Tapper has returned from bitionists go right along shutting off the ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. his trip around the world and will pubthe Hon. Richard P. Bland, of Missouri. "Old Fool," ia the name of a runDesirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten He is the great original free silverite and lish a full account of it. Acres of Land, For Hale. Haa ou it a good, There were no services at the Pres- ning horse owned in Indiana. those who know him beat speak in highSix Kooms, Dwelling all neceiaary LoGub Macey will have William Penn, outbuildings. Oneofyard hydrant and one for waand est praise of his honesty of purpose and byterian church Sunday, Rev. S. M. stock, alto a splendid, never falling well. tering gan being in Oorbin, where he is holding 2:07, in his etring thia year. For further particulars apply to parity of character. J AS. IMUILEY, The wheat crop in Central Kena meeting. Stanford, Ky. 36 Rev. Walter Lackey asks us to say tucky ia about 50 per cent, abort. will be very gratifjing to hia legion It Bold to John Embry J. H. McAlister of friends, of whom the New York Sun that the South District Association of We do not propose directly to make you a present, but hia bunch of fat cattle averaging about ia one of which, to hear that the Hon. Uez Colored Baptists will convene at Danif you need anything in our line, you can save enough Lung, of Mercer, has secured a contract ville at 0 a. M. Wednesday, and continue 1,500 pounds at 4c. n money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presThe Advocate aaya Anderaon & Spill-main that county for carrying the mail. The over Sunday. wheat at ent. Come and see the many things we are offering are receiving considerable Harrodebnrg Democrat says he is a very Rev. Henry N. Faulconer has been excellent citizen and not a "heathen chi. chosen to succeed Dr. J. M. Worrall as 50 and 52 cents. T you One Jockey Denny McAulifldied at Lex- treated year we have been with thank You have pastor of the Presbyterian church at COST.-t- f nee" as many suppose." you. We us well, for which wo where he will preach the ington aa tbe result of iujuries auatained will open In a few days at our new stand near tbe WilliamBtown, L. A' N. depot, with good, clean Coal and a corIt ia definitely decided that Senator first and fourth Sundays. Advocate. in an accident on the race track. dial greeting. Come and see us. Blackburn's name will be presented to 200 barrels of corn NOEL it SON. F. P. Bishop sold Tho Presbyterian meeting of leea the Chicago convention for president and than a week resulted in 10 conversions delivered to Anderson &.Spillman at that John Rhea will do the job. Rhea and bad it been continued a great har $1.50 and bought 250 ewea at f 150 to $2 a can do it about as well as the next one vest of souls might have been reaped. head. and having a voice equal to that of the Dr. Guorrant's inability to remain longe Tbe National Handicap waa won at Roaring bull of Bashan, we'll wager, he and the church not desiring to conflicr Latonia Saturday by Laki, the favorite. will make himself heard. St with the Methodist meeting, caused it to Lubenaala wbb second and Ben Uolliday third. close. 1SHG, From Jaly 1, 1895, to April 30, Joe Thayer won the Horse Review Rev. H. O. Morrison ia heating things Having gone back into the Coal trade I will le Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and(Toilet there was manufactured in Kentucky a ones who red hot at tho Methodist church and Stakes, worth $5,000 at Chicago, with ?ld to serve my old patrons and all newby square inclined to deal with me, and 15,000,000 gallons of whisky. little over Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock dealing I hope to merit the patronage ol all, Mary Beaufort, hia crack 1 will sell you coal at There is in bond at present in the State drawing crowds that test the capacity of and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. Best time 2:23. sale and trying to stop the consumption, the building. Tho second coming of Lynn bought of Free Silver Jesse Christ and sanctificatton are his themes Bad isn't it that so much good liquor and he expounds them with an eloquence Johnson 29 cattle averaging 900 pounds During should go to waste? the Summer, as low as you can buy it from and an earnestness which ahow how at $25.50. He shipped them to Paris to the mines yourself, by the car, as follows, fcr Spot Cash. T. C. Adams, of the Richmond Para- deeply he feela what ho preaches. There sell them yesterday. 8 Cents Nut, delivered. John R. Gentry paced a mile at Red Pittsburg Lump, delivered graph, wants to be secretary of the re- havebeon no addiciona yet, the first g Cents Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes 'at 20th in 2:03, the fastest Jellico Lump, delivered 11 publican State campaign committee and work of the good evangelist always being Oak, la., June Cents 13 Cents get jt. He la an original to get the members right before the doora mile ever made aa early in the season. Falls liranch Lump, delivered Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. we hope he will Office, Mill Crossing, opposite and besides is well fitted of tbe church are opened. The meeting It ia said also that he was held in the Roller Mills. St. and Railroad J. B. HfUGlNS, McKinley man 37 Stanford, Ky. will continue over Sunday at least. last quarter. for the petition. ties of Mr. Stevenson recognize the fact that he has been played for a pucker by the free silver leaders, and he is hot in the collar over it. He is especially Yrathy with Blackburn, Vest, Harris nnd Jones, and enys they have treated him most They told him last win- ter to lay low and saw wood and say nothing, and they would see that he whb nominated for president, but when they got things in a sling, after he had followed their suggestion, they gave him the cold shake, Blackburn especially ignor-in- g him and skipping out from Cape May when ho went there and made a meeting probable. Because ho kept his tongue in his head at their request, they now denounce him as a political coward and say that he is not the man to run on a 16 to 1 platform. The vice president in- deed has real grounds for a grievance, and he can't be blamed for giving his betrayers a piece of his mind. non combatant principles of one Dr. Eaton saye in the Western ReNewlon, of the Owonton Herald, the only speck of war that for order: Tho mummy we got in Thebes, awhilo flecked the face of tho fair moon Egypt, for tho Seminary library has come at the Georgetown editorial meet. Whit- - at last. Wo purchased it about tho midty Waldrop, a new accession to tho jour- dle of March, and it has taken till the last nalistic ranks, was exceedingly anxious o; Juno to get it to Louisville. So far i e to see Editor K. W. Knott, the bold, bad wo know, this is the only mummy ever man, who edits the bold, bad Louisville brought to Kentucky, and it is na fine a Post, nnd imatjining that Uharlio Dobbs, specimen aa can bo found anywhere. It the capable Kentucky news man of tho well illustrates the religious riowa and Louisville Times, was he, sent him a note burial customB of those wonderful Egypt asking him if he was Knott and if so he ians. How they embalmed their dead would like to meet him. Dobba assum- that tho bodies would be preserved for ed indignMtion and threatened to hold 1,000 years and more, no one knows, It personally the preacher-edito- r 'is a lost art. ble. I3ro. Waldrop was not on to the joke and taking it in earnest began to consid MORE NEWS NOTES. er the advisability of laying aside tho During Juno there were 3,593 deaths Bito. tolls of responsi-contemptibl- y. John Fisher was killed in in Adair county. ft iuna-wa- y profei-sio- n from cholera in Cairo, Egypt. There ia a saloon keeper at Baintree, Mass., whose name is Will U. Drinkwa- - fire-ma- al to-da- y time-honor- Huna&Conover bought In Adair U and adjoining counties 300 sheep and lambs at from $1 to $1.50 per head for the sheer., nnd f'om 2c to 2jc per pound for lambs. Columbia Spectator. Carroll Reid'a Hoodwink won at La- tonia last week; D. W. Vaniteveer's Mies ijn Emma ran second to him. Hoodwink was $9 to $2 and Mies Emma $20 to $1 in the betting. Thorpe rodo the formor and Blovins, the latter. D. O. Terhnne has bought in Mer cer, Boyle, Lincoln, Washington and sugar Anderson connties 52 mule colts at an average of $10 "Q. Also of cotton mule colts that half a averaged $1S 15. -- Harrodaburg Democrat. Charles GottPfhard, of Cednrbnrg, Wis., has a horse which baa been worked in a livery stable for 27 years, or since ho was four years old. Ho is ns sound bb a dollar, was never sick a day and con tinues to do as much work as the rest of them. Ten golden medals have been received by Mr. F. D. Spotswood, of from tho Russian government, granted under the provision of tho racing law of that country, on hid horse, Flush, which holds the Kuesian record at 1:14. LTp to dote Covington, Arnold it Bro., have bought about 25,000 bushels of wheat at from 45 to 50 cents. The eame firm also bought and shipped res seed crop of the cently the county, in all about 2,500 bushels, for which they paid 00 cents. Richmond Register. A Kautlman, Texas, man has a PoJereev hog, which at 3 land China-Re- d years old weighed 1,430 pounds. He is eight feet and three inuhee long, four feet and one inch high, measures nix feet around the neck, eight feet around tho bidy and 23 inches around the forearm. VA His feet are as large as those of a common ox and the leg bone larger than that of the largest steerp. He eats corn like! an ox, takes the whole ear in hia month at once and eats tho cob as well as the) corn, eating from 10 to 50 ears of corn at a time. There seems to be no surplus flesh on him and physicians who have examined tho hog say ho can easily be made to reach 2.200 pounds. Tho present owner paid $250 for the hog and has been oikred f 1,500 for him. He has an insurance policy on tho animal for Hritt-cI.i- 1 m IMMLLli mu$T mm SMC Room MHIAMVI 1 r3! . For the people and against High Prices. Another week of Wonderful Bargains in Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Millinery, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloth, Trunks, &c. Our buyers have overstocked us, our store is crowded and wc W 1 imkg f K. ! car-loa- For our immense stock of Fall Goods they arc buying now in the markets, therefore take advantage of this sale new, seasonable goods. Domestic Goods. 1 i g Har-rodsbu- rg, 4c. 1 two-mi- le I2c. blue-gras- CLOTHING. one-hal- s LOUISVILLE STORE. . $5,-00- 0. tVMWWssKSfjsp&fssrs&ki two-thir- da -- e. al; AT YOUR PRICE. w. Bow-ma- r, Sentinel-Demo-cra- H. WEAREN & CO. Nine-year-o- ld Your Account Remains Unpaid. RESIDENCE e y, stoic-hous- H. J. McROBERTS. I FOB SALE. com-lorta- A CABDI To OurMnuy Friends and Customers. K-A- W. P. TATE, Stanford. J. B. HIGGINS, nn ford, Ky. DEALER IN COAL, PENNY'S DRUG STORE two-year-ol- d. rock: bottom prices . Penny's M Sore G. L. PENNY, Exeoutor. The Grace Wharton Mission Band will1 meet with llttlo MauJe and Tom Varnon Saturday afternoon from 3 until 7. EvYour account was duo July 1, and it erybody invited to come and bring a THE CRETATLfSINESS TRAINING Ky., July 7, 1890 Stanford, SCHCOLWTBESOUTH. must be settled. I need tho money and dime. Ices and cake will be Kukshos cr crcuates holding fine positions. served. can't wait on you. W. B. McltobertB. " tc0MtNDtD BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN OF i t Prok. E. L. Gnunns, son of Mr. W. E. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. ''ADoncit CZin l. One of the noweat, largest, best, most GrubbB, of Shelby City, has been JLSl) THE C0untry mention couh3C wAwrrp. elected stylish and cheapest lino of gentlemen's principal of the public school here for ready made tronBera in town, at Shanks. next seBoio.i. He will he assisted You should tnko your prescriptions to by . . ronnyVdriiKBtoro whuro prompt nud No Pardon. P. M. McRoberte, Est, Miss Jennio West, of Harrodaburg, accurate sorvico It) euarnntetMl. received a dispatch yesterday from Gov. Thero were numerous other applicants Bradley declining to pardon John Mur- (or tho positions. phy for shooting Frank Ellis, when in Fined 100. Coleman Carpenter, the Di:alkr In Littlk Vmai.MA Waiiiikn lina malnrial the custody of the jailer. coon who ia charged with aiding prisonfever. Miss Julia Hukiins wont to Loxln-toThe local option fight has begun in ers in jail in their efiort to escape, waa Saturday. earnest in Mercer. Mra. Lula Adams nabbed by Marshal O.J. Newland SunMil. W. V. Witiikih spent Saturday Neild fired the first gun yesterday and day and tried before Squire W. L. Daw at his branch Btoru at Cor bin. from now till tho election speeches will son and a jury yesterday and fined 100 Handsome line of Mien Maiiv T. Mullock, of OhicBKO, ia and coats. J E. Robinson and W. S. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. go ofifastor than Galling guna. Burch defended him. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' the guest of tho Miorua Muiiefeu. Mr. J. F. Holdam, of Crab Orchard, John Ualk.oI Somereut, spent the 1th Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. The case of Squire John Edmiston for formally announces his candidacy for with his mother, Mrs. Woodie Hale. Mn. CiKoiKiK L. Caiii'bntbh, who la in this Ihhuo. Capable, clever and alleged crookedness in the management Miss Lkttik IIklm went down to spending tho vacation with hia lather, a true democrat, he stands well at hpme ol the at Crab Orchard waa SpriiiRB Saturday for thn aumtner. Mr. A. W. Carpenter, waa with friends other candidates continued till the January term of the and abroad and tho Miss 8ai.uk Cooke went to Danville U. S. court, pending an effort to adjust would do well to keep an eye on him. yesterday to visit Dr. and Fayette Dun-la- here Saturday. Mit. and Mux. J. B, Roiii.ssoN took the the matter. Marshal Wm, Stringer was M Malta Mamik Mooiib and Mary Dav- train here yesterday for Middlesboro. Tub trustees of the Mt. Xenia Bchoo', here a few days ago to post notices of the iess Duddorar are visitine in thn West They told ua that Mr. W. D Robidson Messrs. 0. Vanoy, L. L. Dawson and W. Bile of Mr. Edmiaton'a lot in Crab Orwas a shade better. End. P. Carson, chose Miss Nora Phillips over chard to raise 322.30 and costs. Sale to Mn. J. II. Ciiandlbr, Jit., represents Miib. J. It. ALronn is visiting her sister six other applicants to teach the r chool be made hero Aug. 10. at Sabinn, 0., and the old man is discon- ing Central University, wna hero yester- and contracted with her to accept the Ready to Dm. Unless Gov. Bradley day, Bounding tho praises of that insti- State's nay fn full for her services. Tho solate. takes a hand iu the matter, Anthony AlI Mit. and Mxe. M. E. I.oiti) and Llttlo tution to the young men and advising Bchool will begin July 13. corn has lees than a month to live. He Iteesie, of I.ouiBvllle, ato at Mr. 11. T. them to matriculate there. Mils. W. H. KntiiY and aunt, Miea FoilSakk Kebpino. Deputy Sheriff is still in good spirits, eats heartily and Harris'. Misses AnnikIand Ida McUolim, of Mattle Thompson, left yesterday for W. G. Begley, of Leslie county, brought sleeps well, and when asked by a reporKichmond, spent several days with Mrs. Lexington, whore they will spend sever- John W. Pace hero Saturday for safe ter for this paper if ho was atill prepared If taken by July ioth. A Splendid lot of Will Uice. al daya with Capt. Kirhy before making keeping. He was given 15 years (or be- to meet hia God, ho answered: "Yes, I Mib8Gkoiiokttk)Wkioinion, of Louis- an extended visit to relatives in Indiana. ing implicated in the killing ol Allen am ready to die any time." He realizes ville, arrived Saturday to visit Miss Ktta Mn. E. P. Ovlky, wife and Mattio Lew in iiv his son, Abe. Ho haa asked full well the horrible death which awaits Hollo Hoot. Hays arrived from Columbus, Ga., Sun- (or a w trial and will likely get it. The him and ia loathe to talk abont it. Ho Per liushel. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Tiik Liberty Tribune says that Mr. day, to spend a few weeks here, and are yonng-- r Pace is curving a life sentence does not caro to ho dressed up for the ocand Mrs. W. D iHnw had a little uirl to guests of Mra. M. C. Burnside, at the whiri v,as given him at the last term of casion and says tho old clothes he has arp arrivo last week. Myers House. Mr. OwHley tells ua that court. Pace is an extraordinarily good good enough. Mr. R. G. Jones will build Stanford, Kentucky. Hlt.L and Gi.km Si'aldinii, of Lobanon, hia bank, the lib National, made f 1,000 looking man and is one ol the wealthiest tho scaffold on which ho is to be bung, IV but the exact location has not yet been are visilinc their uncle, Mr. W. It. Hill, clear the last six mouths, after paying a citi.eusiu Leslie county. decided upon. in the West End. per cent, dividend nnd expenses three Circcit Court finally adjourned, after Mil. 15, M.Ktallcti, of Louisville, in and charging otrI.73l 10 of bad debts. No Danoeh. A rumor gained currena ivu weekH session Friday afternoon. spending a few davH with his mother, during which more criminal business cy Sunday morning that the new reserMrs. S. S. Myers. cirrAxnvicisjTY. wasdone than at any court within our voir dam at tho water worka was giving Miw. S. W. Du5Can, of Dallas, Texn, DotciiK Pans j5. Craig A Hocker. memory, judging by the number of con- away, and thither hnndreda of our citiWhrrc you can get the best value for your money. arrived Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. victions. Tho juries were the mo6t in- zens repaired. Fortunately it wa noth Foil tho best policies of Fire Insurance and Mrs. T. I). Newlmid. telligent and best that have served for a ing more serious than the fresh earth set Miss Mattik Bos l by has returned from go to Jeaao D. Weareu. lonu time and they acted promptly and tling, as it will for some time, no matter a protracted visit to Missouri, nafo and Shorill New land will take how hard it is packed. Thero is a core My entire line will be thrown wide open to the public. All! ask is work done at lowest cash well. sound from the cyclones. prices. Craig St Hocker. li convicts to tho penitentiary and on of walls of masonry in front of it, and it a chance to show my goods, and that's no trouble, for Mi?h Homa Lib Alvkison, of Kichthe Oth of August, Providence and Gov. ia as solid almost as the rock of Gibralter. mond, returned with Mrs. J. M. Alver-so- u Tin cans and sealing wax at Warren Bradley permitting, he will hang An- Engineer E. W Smith and other experts and is now;her truest. St Shanks'. thony Alcorn by the neck till ho la dead, Biter a thorough examination, say there Mr. and Mjih. William Skveiiani k are Come irr and see ia absolutely no danger ol it giving away Speak for themselves wherever they arc placed. Before you leave, go to Jesse D. Wear-e- n for the murder of his father. spending a few days with her parents at my line before you buy. and that it will holdall the water there and get an accident policy. Fmchvllie, Shelby county. Watch Recovered. Dunks, the can be gotten into it. Misa Kate Codmnby, of LouifivilU', nnd has recovered all of the watches Now is the time to have your buggy Pahty. Misses Lillian and Florence Mr. J. 0. Coriuney, of (.alienator, have painted. Let the St, Armpit Company stolen by Will EvanB, except one, and he been the guests of Mrs. J. W. l'urrin. has hopes ol getting that. Evans told Tanner gave a delightful party at their Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and Mandoit. .. Mr. Dunks that he sold one of the watch-e- handsome homo near McKinney Friday John F. Smilky, of Louisville, spent ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. Maok Block and chicken food, best several days with his mother, Mrs. Kate to George Robinson, a Danville Negro, nfternaon in honor of Misa Emma Butt, and cheapest on the market. Craig St and Dudderar. He came up on his wheel. in company with Constable Bene of Mississippi, and Misa Maymo Gill, of Hocker. 1 Mn. Job . Burton, who is now a train diet he went to Danville Friday in search Lexington. The evening waa spent in A healthy Hut nurse cau secure a of it. Robinson was found, but he had games and dispatcher at Montgomery, Ala., arrived etc A prize, Metal ooflng, Friday to visit his father, Mr. Win. Bur- good position by immediate application sold tho watch to Bill Hudson, another which was won by MIbs Mary Adams, of ton. to this otlice. Negro, and from him the officer secured Hustonville, was offered to the young Mil. AND MllS. KoilKKT KlNNAIKD, ol lady who made the prettiest tie, while it. The watch ia a beautiful To reduce stock, I will ofier special Lancaster, went up to Middleehoro to one, worth 30, but Evans got only SI M) Mr. William Vandeveer, of Harrodaburg, prices on boxing, fencing, studding and visit their brothers and enjoy the ltd of (or it. Evans also told Mr. Danks that he was awarded the prize (or the beat trim' joists. A. C. Sine. " " Shingles Eta. July celebration. sold another of his watches on court day med hat. Harry Inman, o( Somerset, se Kditou Loi'is Landkam, of the LanInspect the line ol clothing at Shanks' in March to a white man and gave him a cured the booby prize. An elegant supC. caster Record, was here yesterday re- before buying. Quality and price the description of him, but up to the present per was enjoyed at 10 o'clock and from turning from Albany, Intl., where he chief inducements. neither the man nor the watch has bei n that time until the wee sma' hours tho took his mother happy young (oiks chatted merrily The found. Yocb account at M. S. A J. W. Baugh-man'Gait. B. J. 0. Houk and L. M. Howe, young ladies present were Misses Jessie Miss Isaiiella Barky proved herself is ready (or you and you must setof Indianapolis, are here to attend the Brown, Nannie Kennedy, Annio Johna most charming little hostess at the parol the directors of the Stanford tle It at once. Don't fail. meeting ston, Mary and Frances Adams, Annie ty Bhe gave Thursday night in honor of Water, Light St Ico Co Cover, Nettie and Georgie Wray, NanYouu account is due and rendy for you her cousins, Misses Dessie and Ella K. Conn, J n., was elected to till the va- I nie VonDeveer, Florencoand Lena Bibb, need money and rmlc that you pay me ol Woodford. She and the young cancy on the board ol directora ol the at once. Mollie Wright, Mayiue Gill and Emma II. (J. Rupley. ladies received most gracefully, and the Boyle Bank caused by tint death of Capt. Butt. The gentlemen were W. 0. GodYouu account ia now ready for you, visitors, who made bo many (riends when win, Nashville; Will Vandeveer and Coze R. I). Logan. Advocate. long Mu. It. W Hocicbh, ol Kansas City, and you will lay me under obligations to here two years ago, added to the Alien, Harrodsbnrp; Dr., Georgo and list and establisded themselves in furjoined tiia wife at Mr J. 8. Hocker's Fri you by settling at once. G. L. Penny, John Hunn, W. K. Shugars, Jack Besz They are handsome, attracther favor day. He still has faith in the future of Exor. ley, Dwight Root, Georgo Farris, G. C tive andcultivated, with most engaging his adopted home as a great commercial Johnson, Sid Adams, Wade Kennedy, The Somerset Banking Co., R. U. Hail, manners. Dr. Bailey's pretty residence centre. cashier, declared a dividend of il per aud grounds were beautifully illumina- Eugene Carpenter, Cyrus Gover, J. W. Mn. P. M. McIloiiinTH went to Frank rsorth, Mack Williams and Harry In fort Friday to get Gov. Bradley to pardon cent and carried over 3,000 to undivided ted, and when the large crowd of young man. profits and profit and loss. people gathered, it waa the scene of unJohn Murphy, for shooting Ellis, but he It was was too busy to pass on tho question, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mrs. B. 0. Pbnnyiiaikkii haa postod usual animation and beauty. though it is likely he will act favorably notices Btating that bIio will apply for II known as a "Conversational Party," and proved both nmuaing and interesting, reuu It. cense Monday to run her hotel at King B. THOMPSON, sulting in Miss Josephine Reid and Mr. Mu. J. L. Conway, ol Wichita, Kaa., ville with the privilege of selling spirit George A. McRoberts receiving the firtt Ii a candidate for Congreti in thit, the Eighth who with his wife is visiting at Mr. S. II. uous, vinous and malt liquors. prizes. Miss Isabella was ably assisted District, subject to the action of the Democratic Keld'B in the West End, was hero Friday, Tarty. He Miea Jennie Held. accompanied by .main stukkt In atauionl is in a very in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. has fattened so his friends hardly recog- rough condition. Either the ptkj com- Steele Bailey, and Misses Jennie Warren HOLDAM pany or the council ought to remedy it, aud Ethyl Beazley. Refreshments, pre- Ii a nized him. candidate for Alienor of Lincoln county, JokT. Emiiry, who has been with the so that people who drive wont feel like pared under Mrs. Bailey's expert super- subject to the action of the democratic party. vision, were served and greatly enjoyed. Farmers Bank St Trust Co. for years, has they are riuing over a rock quarry. given up his position and will devoto his In fact, everything that could add to the entire attention to hiB farm and his race All kinds of repairing dono on bug- pleasure of the guests was done, and the A mouse colored mare to for assessor. Mr. Thomas U. Shanks has gies, carriages and wagons at our shop occasion will long remain a sweet memo- my place ten days ago. The owner mule came her ran get by paying for her keep and thia adAertisemect succeeded him. Work guaranteed. Mr. J. B. Mershon ry to thoao who attended, of whom the July s, VU. D. UIUGHT. Col, Gash Ciiookk, who haa been at haa charge. Special attention paid to following ia a list: Joseph Price Hospital for some time, con- shoeing. M.S. A J. W. Baughman. Misaeelll'earl Burnside, Mary Bruce, Bettie Rochester, Ethyl Beazley, Lena His daughters, Miasea Lucy tinues ill. Didn't Shoot. Mr. John W. Moore, Bruce, Emma Owsley, Misses Woods and and Celia, and brother, Mr. W. P. of Casey, senda ua word that neither ho visitors, Allan, Pope and VanDaver, ig Crooko, are with him now. Mrs. 0. 8. .ne uuuiuenabd Valley Land in or his son shot at Jud Phillips when he Dell Feland, Stella Ballou, Jean Warren, fctanlord, Ky., on Wednesday, Co. at their office for Nield also visited him Sunday. July is, i&A mc ,'uiinro ui viuihuk mine L'lrcciors. M j P. Mn. F. D. Si'Otswood, editor of the eloped with his daughter, although they Edna Courts, Lucile Meuefee, Nan M. on the same day the new board will meet and Josephine Reid, Virginia Broad-u- orgauiie. J.S. HOCKHK, Democrat, was on Friday's did what they could to prevent the marHarrodsburg i6 Secretary. Florence Myers, Annie B. Engleman, en route to the Cumberland to flsh. riage. train II. Cattleman. John A. G. Lanham Nero fiddled while Rome burned, and The 1th of July waa but little observ- Annie E. Bright and visitor, Miss Judy, Spotawood fishes, while the free- silver ed hero. The day waa rainy and threat- Annio C. Myers, Fannie Shanks, Olive people turn things upside down. ening aud those who had intonded to Woodson, Maggie'Bright, Sue Rout. ia back from the Meesrs Richard Bush, Nath McKin Mn. T. J. Hatcheh go elaewherato celebrate were preventnoy, Will Hocker, Joe McAlister, Robert reunion at Richmond and ed. A great deal of rain has fallon Confederate in enthusiastic over tho grand time he had. tho last throe days and still more ia Farris. T. J. Hill, Harry Baughman INSURANCE COMPANY Is Receiving his- Thomas and Will Shanks, Geo. A. Mc Ho was of the detatchment of Masons, promised. Roberts, Albert Severance, Rowan Saul- who assisted in laying the corner stone OF LIVERPOOL. ritl' Davis monument and To tub T. D. Newland ley, Victor Ballou, ABhby Warren, Rob of the Jetrerson was where he could get the full benefit and guards, Messra. J. K. and M. S. ert Bruce, George Farris, Charley Green, Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Baughman, M. G. Reynolds, T. J. Bene- Jesso Traylor, Cabboll Owens, Richard B3BBEE S. of all the speeches. Give him a Call. JiHkikG. M. Davison, "dressed in his dict and Winfrey Harriott, were to have M. Nowland, Clarence Price, Louisville, MANAGERS, beet suit of clothea" left .for Tayloraville lofton tho 3:13 train this morning with Jack Rout, J. S.WellB, Clarence E. Tate, HERD K THK following prisoners: Frank Ellis, 21 Dr. A. S. Price, Wallace Withers, R. G. Commerce Building, Louisville. Saturday afternoon, where he was to tell tho Src-J- e the good peoplo yesterday how ho would years, Frank Lucas, Frank Smith, John Denny, Harve Holm, W. A. Tribble, Agents Throughout the South. country from ruin if elected to Murphy and Adam Trice, ono year each, Will and Sam Euibry, James Menefee, beat herd; Bave the Mv Breeders were selwtcd from several different of this famous breed of swine Inor diOnrent age Congress. Our special artist and atonog-raph- Dick Bailey and Bill Evans, five years I. M. Carloy, Chicago, Wm. Kemper, States. A splendid lot ol vlgi resigned in preference to going each, JohnShleldB and Jim Shropshire, Lexington, Will Harlan, Mike Chris-mafor sale, tired sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address local agent, two year Mcb, Dick Evans, 15 years, John Yeager, Frank Carter, Horalong and catching the gyrations and BRONAUGH, the irroaninoaof this evmnaatlc Owaloy 'Evans, 10 years, and Will Brown ace Bowman, Danville, Will Embry and Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Crab Orchard, ' for If Bob Embry. Lancaster. 37tf gyascutus. S.ai-WEELLl IniebioUdupiE n Mn. J. T. Rubskll, of Greensburg, la visiting his uncle, M. t, Ruesell. Mita. Lizzie McAlistbh went over to Danville yesterday to visit relatives. Miss Ella B. Whiuiit will leavo today to visit irionds in Bradfordaviile. Mils. T. A. Rick arrived yeaterday from New Orleana to visit her father, Mr. S. H. Shanks. Mksshs J, Thomas Ciieiiiiy, of d, and M. G. Aldrldge, of Garrard, wore hero yesterday. MibSbH Ella May Sau.ndkiis and Ballard, ol Livingston arrived to visit relatives. Mu. 11. H. Danks left yesterday for Baltimore, to Bee his mother, who Is ill. Hla little duughtur, Fay, accompanied him. Miia. P. E. Onovvnus, who has been visiting her (laughter, Mra. H. 0. Rupley, returned yesterday to her home at Parks-villBrod-hcaVir-giliyes-terd- Second-han- d aa new, for sale. McCormick binder, good B. K. Wearen. n jyrrffJfrJpjrrau 771 FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. o. or Lin-niet- ta poflt-ofli- co Prices to Suit The Times. p. f'mmmm 5 Bushels No. & wal! CO., afr Wheat Screenings For One Dollar, n-- i i Threshing Coal at 9c & J. H. BAUGHMAN IT PAYS TO BUY For The Next Thirty Days GOOD COODSand LOW PRICES Piiia-t'iHiTiO- To-da- y ...ii-.i- .! m jow-ole- r, W. W. WITHERS, - 1 a Doors, Sash and Blinds. tete-a-tete- s, 0 1 gold-fill- ed a Win-gat- e, p lF A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. II J. J. F. Now is the time to buy Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. Prices Very Low. Severance & Son. - 37-- notice:. Van-Ddvee- r, b, H. G. RUPLEY, - THEMEREHMT TAILORS PBN.-She- IPBTO& AKB SUMMER BLUB-GKAS- S CaSTLEMS. HEX) HOGS. er n, W. A. TRIBBL3B, R. II. yjiarr?rinWB u Semi-Week- ly tlio Depreciated SIlTcr Money Standard nnd Adopts Gold. Tuoaday and Friday SbllBhod Every After moro than hnlf n century's experience with silver monometallism nnd YKA1UN (53 PER flat money Kussia haa adopted tho gold charged When not apid 33.60 will be standard. This has been dono in pursniuico of Russia s determination to press forward K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. in tho march of tho nations. Trains leave Stanford at 710 a. m., and 4:05 In 1830 tho silver mfclo was estabat 4:3o p. m., and 9:op. m. p. n., returning lished by imperial decree iw "tho legal and unalterable, metallic unit of tho L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. money current in tho Russian empire," . 37P Kfl. 4. Train going North m Rusiia has found that pho cannot keep ,. 3 3 o,eo. u 04 pm tho pace of otlier great natious with a ' South jfo. as, . 03 p m " i" No.ij, silver standonl and has tlwreforo QUEEN & CRESCENT. changed to the goW standard. Silver will still bo freely used in tho City ai follows Trains pan Junction Russian currency as it is in tho curm is 07 p m No. 1 North ,..3 4 P m No. South ...i.ew p rency of nil nnrions which have tho gold 11.09 a m " 4 3 " ,..3.15 am ' " it 35 m '! 6 " of and UO, 000, 000 oudo ,.6 00 a m standard, n 8.om " 10 silver aro to bo purchased to toko tho N05. 4 and 5 and 0 and 10 run no Note. of tho Russian place of about than Junction City. All traim stop there. paper currency. Tho adoption of tho gold standard will therefore result in a gxvat improvement of tho monetary system of years ago tho that country. Twonty-flvRussian mblo had a purchasing power of 74 cents in gold. It has fallen to abont 40 cents, owing to tho immenso increoso in tho production of silver and WILL CURE the general adoption of tho gold standard by tho civilized world. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Russia has octal wisely in abandon Sores, Boils, Pustules, ing a depreciated money standard, and Eczema, Tetter, tho adoption of tho gold standard will moro empiro a and all diseases of the blood and mako tho the offoirs still Europopowerful and tho of factor in Makes You Well. world. Atlanta Journal. Abandon -1 1 fur-her Interior Journa. RUSSIA MOVES FORWARD. MA THIMONIAL MATTERS. So-dah- a, QUEEN AND CKESCENT. 7-ves-tlbul- ed SAMUEL M. OWENS Is.tcamlldste forfhrnfTof Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic party sub- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, S (nu ford, To National Educational Association, A pair of deaf mutes eloped from Mo., and married. Builalo, N. Y., July Superb Charles Carltv. appiI lfi. wnn marripti trainB'.and fast time. Quoen and at Upper SandtiBkv, O., to Mies Sueio Crescent passenger service toj'.tho East is WilBOI). 13. unequaled. Connection in the Queen Charles Alexander, who had been City with all linos, rail or water, to Bufdisappointed in love, stabbed himself 12 falo. Ono faro for round trip (plus $2) times at Ashland, and will probably din. to Uufiiilo and return. Liberal return JAMES B. GENTRY Is a candidate for SherifTol Llncolu County, subour ject to tho action of tho democratic party support is earnestly solicittd Ky, lltillding. Dmik Store in the Owsley Office over McRoberts' one-fourth Cooke's o Sarsaparilla 4 i Indigestion, constipation and kidnev and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it "" Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. , F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. dys-nensi- a. Efrentlst, Office on CARROLL BAILEY : Stanford, : Ivy. DOC DRVE Lancaster Street, at Residence. Proprietors mints to bo coined at 10 to 1 in the hopo and belief that tho market valne of silver would be thereby advanced to $1.29 an ounce seems to me to bo a dream .so extravagant as to bo beyond the possibility of realisation. If freo coinage by this country alono would not only arrest the decline of silver, but retrtoro its market value, why is it that huch a result has not been attained in tbo countries where free coinage is permitted? The mints of Jnpan, Merico and several Peof the countries of South America ru, Bolivia and Equador arc today open to tho freo and unlimited coinage of Uucklln'u Arnica Salvo both gold and silver, yet in no singlo The best salve in the world for cuts, bru less bulinstance can it be shown that tho d sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, lion value of silver has been kept at a hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions no pay repuired. It is cures parity with its coinage value, iloro at positivelyto give piles, or satisfaction or meney pertect Iuaranteed than this, no nation on tho globo today refunded. Price 1$ cents per box. For sale by has its mints open to tho freo and un- W II. McRoberts druggist limited coinage of both gold and silver Freo Pills that is not confessedly on a silver basis llucklen & Co., address Send with gold at a premium. What reason Chicago,your get a tree to It K. of Dr. King's sample box and New Life Pills. A trial will conviuce jou of their have we, therefore, as a nation to easy In action and are any different results if wo should merits. These pills are the cure of constipation particularly effective in venture on such an experiment? From and lick headache For malaria and liver troub inaluadle They are lesthey have reason and experieueo I am forced to guaranteed to been proved frsofrom every delete beperfectly to open our mints to nous substance and to be purely vegetable They tho conclusion that not weaken the freo and unlimited coinage of silver do the stomach by their action, but by giving tone and bowels greatly invigorate the to tho ratio of 10 to 1 without the co- system Regular sue a;c per boa Sold by W. at 1). Mcltoberts, druggist. operation of tho leading commercial nam tions of Europo would quickly plnngo All Froo tho nation to a silver basis and create Those who have used Dr King's New Dlcov 6uch a diaturbanco in our monetary sys- ery know its value and those who have not, have tem as to involve ita total destruction. now the opportunity to trya it free Call on the advertised druggist and get tnal battle free Send Hon. J. C. Burrows. your name to 11. E ltucklen & Co , Chicago, and e Fourth-Avenul. chap-peex-Ie- ct world's volume of silver to llow to our What Do They Care For Experience. To open tho floodgates and permit tho Thomas Uilp, a widower with 11 children, was married at Saginaw, Mich., to a widow with nine. The groom is 30 and the brido SO. Mies Bertha EppinRhousen, Bister of tho vocalist, MraCecolia EppinghouBen Bailey, was married in London Thursday to Senor Enrique Terez, of Columbia, South America. Frank Walter, ol Dayton, O., haa juat married for the sixth time and he is less than 10 years old. Uib first wife, died, the second and third were divorced, the fourth deserted him and died later on, while tho fifth Is alive and will make it hot for wife No. G. The Louisville Poet announces for the first timo the engagement of Miss Mary Elizabeth McDowell, of Danville, and Mr. Richard Tasker Lowndes, ol Cumberland, Md. Mies McDowell is a member ol one of the oldest families in the State. She is a daughter of the late Samuel McDowell, and a niece of Col. Nicholas McDowell and is a brunette of unusual beauty. The prospective groom is a eon of the republican governor of Maryland. Mr. W. R. Smith and Miss Frances E. Hoskins were married at the home of the bride's mother, Mra. Julia Bass, 7CG West Walnut street. Miss Hoskins is a beautiful brunette and is widely known in social circles. She belongs to one of the oldest and bfst families of the State, Her mother, who was Miss Julia Davis. o! Stanford, was once a belle ol the Blue Grass region. Mr. Smith is a promising young business man of this city, being manager for the firm ol Charles C. Smith-the hatter. He is a eon C. Baker Smith, an old and promiof nent cit'zon of this city. Courier-Journa- limits Y. EMMETT McCOIWlACK Is a csndldite for Assessor of Lincoln County subject to the action of the democratic party our support is earnestly solicited. I IOIEo will from now on deliver the Stanford Kactary,s Ice regularly every morning, l'rice S. O. E., Washington, D. C, 13)0, via tho Qtieon & Crescent Route. Half rates for round trip. Tickets good on veslihulod limited trains. County, Is a candidate Connection with all lines to Washington. subject to the for Assessor of Lincolnparty action of tho democratic A good time to take your vacation trip at low cost. Ask agents for Information V 3, July II. F. ELKIN 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. All bills must positively be m nth Any amonnt between loandioo lbs at Vein, paid tho flrvt of each E llRE.MtR. tl.O. about rates, selling dates and liberal limits. Ouas. W. Zell, I). P. A., Cincinnati, O., O. L. Mitchell, D. 1,A., Chattanooga, Tenn. Kentucky Lexington, Chautauqua, June 30 to July 10. Moat brilliant programme of all the years. Low rates from all points in Kentucky to Lexington via the Queen it Crescent Route. Q. A O. to Latonia, fare for round trip from Somerset and other points North. W O. Rixbarsos, G. P. A., Cincinna JOE T. E31RRY SHELBY & SHELBY, Is a candidite for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. Thomas' -- Props. Livery, Feed nnd Sale Stable, Junction City, - Kontucky. s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasunable Kates, A portion of your patronage Is il 6m. tespectlully solicited First-Clas- J. T. JOHES, Hay Tin Sheet Iron Works, Rakes Stanford, & Ky. FOR- STAHFOI-- D Female College. Wilaiam Shelton, Sole proprietor Dean's Illack Diamond Root I'alnt. Ksttmates furnished for painting; Wool, Metal and iron Koofs Satisfaction guaranteed. All roots painted with Dean's illack Diamond l'aint guaranteed for years Dealirs In best Cistern 1'umni and Ualvaniied Iron Filters, Italvan-lie- d and Illack Iron Roofing uf all kinds i tl - President. J. K. VanArsdale- Comt One, Como All. Twtf Farms For Sale. Farm No. i contains sji acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grasi, well watered, with good improvements, IncludPrimary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiing new metal roof IoI.jcco barn far to acre crap ate Courses of Study. And see the new Hats at Mis Dudderat's Tem- This farm Is situated iu what is pronounced the Schools of Music, Art and Elocution ple ol Fashion this week New Lecon. new best district In Kentucky for White Hurley ToThe Scholastic Vear for iSy-- 7 will opeu.Mon. I'ansmsi, all the new i'trslan effects In Flowtrs bacco lomforlable residence house. day, sept 7 and continue forty weeks. and Kibbons Handsome givds but Low Prices Farm No a contains 100 acres in same locality, latest style and on short with brick dwelling Ilcfore deciding to what school you will send Dress making dooe in the1)1 Large stock and tobaceo M I). DIIKKAK. your daughters, be sure to seud for our ZVw notice. barns One of the best lninrovmi f.im. m ik. MRS. KATK HI DDUKAK. Catalogue'. Address couuty. MRS.NANNIKS SAl ttnlK ........ ... v ,n ,,v l)alT m i..i..h.iIa. wen ...... farm. ..a ... Ara tl w, i'ii ifmiun, lf Lady Principal watered ond fenced Close to R It. depot, schools, market and on a hue turnpike. I rot iniormation apply to J N SAVNDF.RS. 0 Stanford, Ky. I sm back from the titles with everything that A vim Is new and pretty in the Millinery line stock Is to my store will convince you that this the molt complete. Klccant lint Linens and hmlroidcry Material MISSLICCIt UKAZLLY, bunferd, Ky H.E, . . CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS -- TO THE LADIES W. S. BUECH, Attorney at Law, Lancaster Street, opposite the NOW OPEN.- All Pkusunt EngaciKmknts Give Pko.m-isi- : of Lahgest Attendance for Yeaks. New Music. NOTICE 1 I Stnuford, House OTice on Kentucky. Cutt p.rions desiring Locust I'snls for plank fence, post and railing or wiie feme, can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the jdVe leading from Crab Orchard to MislorJ also keep always on hand a cod supply ef plank building for fencing. All kinds ol lumber All persons dealso Boards and shingles siring suy article ..f this kind can call oa rae at Cedar Creek I. W HM.LKTnV junei. , J.tf Collections receive especial attention, tb fr pur-iwss- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OrSTANrOKD. KY. New Chefs. FOB. New Ideas. WRITE TERMS CUS HOFMANN, jtf Proprietor. Capital Stock Surplus "-- SIOO.OOO " MONEY To LOAN ON IMTKOVLI) - 23,700 Linnietta springs, Jl NOTION FARMS Citv, Ky. In Lincoln county, Ky.stf- percent, semi an nual interest, no commission charged Address OKO W IiA Y. Room 17, Kenyon liuilding, I,ouisvilIe. Ky., For blank arplications and fur In uirs olJ ?. baundert, Attber Informatl-intorney, Stanlord, Ky. 1 Training: and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. Hones handled under Siddle and In Harness, s roadsters and and prepared lor sale. saddlers bought and sold on commission Good hil( mile track and best stables in the country. 8 First-clas- Simple Question For Sllcr Leaden. Who would bo benefited by adultera- gets tnal bottle of Dr. well as a cony of Guide Instructor tree All 01 you good and cost you drugstore. King's New Lite Pills as to Health and Household wnicn 11 juaiiniceu iu uu nothing at W. 11 Opens Monday, July 6. New Management, St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, ilorsc-bhcein- J. V. COOK J W McGINNIS. la charge paint shop: In charge trimming abop. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. promised Repal'ing a Specialty. Work dsne nnd warrant i to give sitisfactun. All work doce when All accounts due when work Your pitronage solicited. 00 lsde-fiYen- d. tion of tho currency? Not tho farmers. They could not bo better off if they got two CO cent dollars where they get now one 100 cent dollar, and that is tho utmost Tillman would bo able to give them. But tho fearful contraction of tho currency caused by a collapse of standard money to tho 50 cent cheap silver standard would creato such hard timea tiAit for years workmgmeii would dollars than get hardly more they get now dollars. How d would that benefit them? Neither nor Tillman has ever explained tliis simple question. Chicago Tribune. 50-cc- 100-ce- Mrs. Ithodle Noah, of this place, was taken in the night with cramping pains, and the neat day diarrhoea et in. She took a half bottle ct blackberry cordial, but got no rebel She then sent to me to see i( I had anything that would help her I sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dose re lieved her. Another ol our neighbors had been sick lor about a week and had tried different remedies for diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I sent Only tour doses were rehim this same remedy quired to cure him He si)jheoes his recovery to this wonderful remedy -- Mrs. Msry Sibley, Sidney, Mich. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Last summer one of onr crand children was sick a severe bowel trouble. Our doctor's reme Colic, dies had failed, then we tried Cholera and Diarrhoea Homedv, which gave very we regard It as the best medicine relief speedy ever put on the market for bowel complaints. Mrs K G Gregory, Fredenckstown, Mo This certainly is the bevt medicine ever put on the market ct dysentery, summer complaint, colic and cholera infantum In children. It never falls m civn nromnt relief when used in a reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed ivlany mothers Rave expressra meir sincere gratitude fur the euros it has effected For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy cures colds, croup and whooping cough It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by Craig & Hocker, HUnlord Ky. Ky. Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. The most accessible Summer Resort tn Kentucky The greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters to be found any where. White Sulphur, Black Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epfoin, Magnesia, bait, Alum, Ac , in an abundance. Hops every Friday night Music by splendid orchestra. Write for Circular and Analysis of waters Table first Class All kinds of Carriage, llucgy and Uajao Making and Repairing- done vehicles worked oer and made good as new. A H Kinley has charge ol (he painting department and guaranttvs his g a specialty an I for cash on-l- y work Attention of the public is invited to the far that this is uo only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor an equal to the stock, so that depositors oi amount this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. five sworn statements of thecondition of the beak arc raaje villi y.i no tne Unld States girrera-deand in assets are caaminsd at staled limes by government agents, thus securing addililoia and perfect safety to depositors, This institution, originally established as the Deposit l'ank of Stanford in iljS, then lied as the National Hank el Stanford in iSoj acd again as the First National Hank ol Sunlord in iMi, has had practically an uninterrupted esittcnce of is years It is better supplied now with lacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic nt A.cou.1. duct .f .hmlJ.RsH j II A. II (.IttKR. ,S 6iu KINLIY Alt-gel- J. 6 B. OWENS & SON, THE RILEY HOUSE btttsi Junction City, Ky tf. : T. : SXJTTOIT, California Must ICemnln h Gold State THE HUSTLING INSL RANCH MAN, F.B. RILEY. Proprietor, London. - - - Kentucky the public ood I.ivcry attached and every convenience dr me a call. rd. Give I have moved to my new Hotel and am UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the people ol West LinFull stock of Co Kim coln and Casiy Counties anil Caskets always on hand. D.S. Carpenter, Manager. 95 CALL ON F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Rings. Chains. Ac. Stamping on Metal and cen oral repairing. ShopoerM. D. Elmo in' s store, S5 Gtanford, Ky. California was a gold state when it was admitted and has remained a gold state since. Nono of its debtors has anythiug to gain by a radical change of standard, not even tho banks, whicii, under a bilver . standard, would bo able to pay all depositors 50 cents on tho dollar. Tho derangement of business and temporary destruction of oredit that would result from such a change would probably break most of tho banks in California, including perfectly Los Angeles Herald. institutions. LesUlatlaii Never G.sve Value. There is not n singlo instance in tho history of tho world in which legal tender has been relied upon to give value to currency but that it has ended in speculation, robbery and' wholesale D. W. repudiation and bankruptcy. McCluug in "Money Talks." ftoantl Money straws. The Charlotte Oberver was turned over to tho women of Charlotte, N. C. , May 20,for tho issue of ' 'Woman's Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Editioi." Tho womun'B auxiliary of tho Young Men's Christian association acquitted itself with great credit by making a strong declaration against free coinage in tho paper which it controlled for ouo day. Nut For M. W. JOH1TSOIT, Is Agent for Tho than ever to accommodate The Dirsctorv of this Hank is composed ol Forcstus Keid, Lincoln county; S. T Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; J. W. Hajdtn, Stanford, S. II. Haughtnan Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trtbble.Stauford; M. D. Klmeee, Stanford; T. 1'. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M J MIHcr, Mi. Vernon, Ky ). 6 Hocker, I'restdeut; Jna. J. McRobeits, Cashier, A A McKinney, Aut.CajhUr ltd rRAN'K I'H.XV. New York JLilc Ins. Co. And The Farmers BsnMTrnst Co OF STANFORD, KV , la now I ullyjorganued and ready ler business with Aetna Accident Insurance Company. Beet and Most J. 0. McWhortor, I'NDISRTAKER, Crab Orchard, - Denver, Col., man smoked G3 pars one day and died the following. A A, Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents. ITgr Biamae and Key Checks. Metal Checks of til kinds, tiadgts, Dog License Checks. Key i. siliisfl i' risjlil Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. s work In every particuGuarantees lar. Prices reasonable. Has had 13 years' expe. ieace. 91 3m First-Clas- FOR C ASH Por tlie sjiiHf USTen-r- t There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices SUCCkSbOU toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, I will take all the hides I can get Wishes to TJ I thank his Iriends and neighbors for for cash or In trade tor leather on tholr patronage and respectfully asks to be rt Now closing up) with the same, assets and under ci- court days at Stanford or at my home in Otteti-helihe same management. membetcd In the future Mr (.rativllle Haley By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as Chas Enpslin, Tanner v.ill be found ready to serve jou at anr time A fully protected aa aie depositors iu National niccline of Caskets, Colh a 1, Kobcs, Ac , to Hanks, its shareholders being held individual!) from always on hand. la jm liaole to the eitcnt of the amount of their stock Ihsroin at the par value thereof, in addition to the " "" iTiil il W f sm ' mr shares. M.S. Hacgiimin. J. V. ItACCIIMAh, amount invested in such trustee, !; may act sa caecutor. administrator, Ac, as fully u an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ns while ranaglni; the Lincoln Naticnal Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and momuTOKs trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to samo, our twenty years' eipenenca la banking andas liberal accommodations as are coalmen! with sound banking. Favorable Terms of Insurance Kontucky. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 0,000. nrn nlULj, 10-l- ' 0- I I I M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED & SALE BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call at once and get pick of the stock. Tliirtsr 3Za,3rs, STABLE, Kontucky. Stanford, It first-cla- you ceod livery give us a call. ss forratcs.Inour Will guarantee Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable, bee us Somerset, - - Kentucky. e W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. m IP BLACKSMITH SHOP. first-clas- s Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Lug If tho free silveritcs beliovo that free and Commodious Sample Rooms. coinage will at once advance tho price Halts and oflice connected by Electric Bells. of silver bullion up to a pur with gold Prompt and polite service to guests. 4 Fre Sllrerltea. ' faiy...lrfraissMv few ViT-fl-- -s V .f -- "; mscpssi tfii iynUF - prices. Try our horse shoer work and satifactory " 4 - "Sp e. f wTS - J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S H. Shanki, fctanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J, Embry, Stanford; J. B Owsley, Sunlord; J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, W. II. Cummins, Preachers illr, S. H Shanks, I'rosldent, Dr. J. B. OwsJey, Cashier, W M. Bright, Teller. DIRIctom: The pain that sometimes strikes a man at the moit inopportune moment it due to indigestion. a dinner and It logue and Buyers Guide, if you Uiemay come in the midstis of reminder that hemake may a a us 15 cents in stamps. That not least mockery. It cor when he chooses. lie send eat what he chooses, is a slaye to the weakness o( his stomach. A man's pays part postage or expressage, and health and strength depends upon what he gets keeps off idlers. of food. This depends on bis Indigestion. It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; out histhe obstruction by taking Dr. Pierce's Remove important information no Pleasant Pellets. 1 hey are a positive cure tor Full of headaches, matter where you buy. 700 Pages, constipation and its attendant ills biliousness sour stomach, flatulence, dizziness, 32,000 illustrations: tells of 40,000 and "heartburn." The "Pellets" tre very gentle articles and right price of each. One in their action. They simply assist nature. They violent profit only betwtcn maker and user. give no pain nor wrench of the system. They cause no griping. Oct it. Send 31 one ceat sumps to cover cost of mailing only, and receive a copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical CO.; MONTGOMERY WARD ttl-11- 6 Chicago. Adviser. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Michigan Ave., Association, Buffalo, N. V. Sure Saving Shown We'll send you our Right in Sight , bullion, why aro they anxious to mako tho silver dollar under freo coinage a legal tender? Austin Statesman, UNDERTAKING - Superior Plumbing! I)y a workman of A J35B-CjTnTfffl,fI2s5lsli i Scientific American Agenoy forgW T BY - General Cata- Jv , BTCXaARX , 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs A specially. B''HOTnifJi'!ifrllllesJ lmui?!vTfL. sATNT. DESIGN Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Hous- s Room WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out ol the Stats. Ask your Danylllt , ! I. irieaus iuuui uiy warn. ..t Stmms 'mxlrnu Mri1,ir.U9? "'' ,reo Handbook write to CO. Ml Hkoadwat, NwYost.' Oldest bureau for necitrlrur iVrouSht Fyry patent taken out ua U oFchirge bVforo public by a uotlco stria tnn In tbo ft Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. T. F. CLARKE. Tswr Lsranst circulation any aclentino patee tn this' world. Splendidly of man should Us without It, Weekir yean 1JU six months. Address. It U&.8 a on "J CO "'"' - rr W"'lCwtiWT. JE 1 i't1 IWfJOm' frM' "Lg'ym.JtwjmjtyitM,fnijw w 9 irismem3imam0rtsaKaiSKUKaevtmtiti