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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896072101 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. T Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. HVSTONVII.LE. Many people here believe tbnt tho punishment ol the Alcorn Xeuro now In LANCASTER. GAIUIAIU) COUNTY.1 Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 21. 1896. NO. 41 5 z&Zt r your jail Bhould bo commuted to Imprisonment for life and would fligu o petition to tbftt effect If presented them. cireula-tin-S- qulro John Ellis lino been to pardon a petition to Gov. Bradley hla brother, Frank, on account of hia ill healXi. Frank Kills is now in tbo penitentiary hospital and is not expected to relive but n short time. The petition ceived numerous alrml"'08, tHken Cieorica Kya". of Somerset, has abode in the midst of na and up his opened up a watch and clock repairinc ejtabliahment in Isaac Steele'a store. This is certainly n great convenience for our peoplo and we hope George may have all tbo custom ho desires. There is bouio talk ol instituting a lodge of Odd Fellows in this place. There area number of Odd Fellow scattered through tbo commuulty and they are talking of Retting together and organizing. Anyone Interested in this matter may mention it to Mr. McCarty, of Mt. Salem, and get information. The always gallant and ever popular J. Y. Allen baa been again made the recipient of the dlstlpguished consideration of his lady friends. This time the admiration of the fair box found expression in n beautiful ollk quilt of whicn J. W is now the proud and appreciative posses-nor- . No more exquisite article of feminine handicraft has it been the fortune of your scribe to see. Each square Ib a dream of artistic beauty Individually, while all combine to make a symphony of color ravishing to the eye. It must have required some time for the nimble lingers of the ladies who wrought on this most ovely piece of work to bnvo completed It, na it seems to Ihck nothing in the way of painstaking effort to render it unsurpassed in its line. As Indication of Mr Allen's standing In tbo estimation of the ladies this quilt is calculated to nroute tbo envy of all the other bachel ors in the community. g CJiAl! OllCUAIlD. t A second daughter arrived at V. IVrklus' house Monday. E. A'tyone wanting to argue tb free allver question should call on W. E. l'er-kiti- t There was preaching by the I'resby-terla- n minister, Kov L. M.fccroggs, Sunday at the Hnptist church The traveling men will all regret to hear that Julia Tucker, the elegant cook ol the Uastin House, is seriously ill Tho, Crab Orchard boys beat the Livingston nine in a game of ball Tuesday. The score stood IX) to 5 when the gamo ended. Tho frlendB of Miss Leah Steger regret to bear her health is not improved much by her sojourn atOoloradoSprlngsi and as soon as the weather is cooler and she Is able, her mother will bring her back to Kentucky. The MethodistB have been trying to get up a tent meeting at Cedar creek, but ao far have failed to aeenre a tent They are holding aervicea in tho Walnut Flat Quito a number of visitare present. ing preachers frlnro Lincoln county la becoming eo liberal and wealthy as to furnish orders for people to buy salmou, pickles, cheeao and other dainties, myself and Beveral other neighbors think of making application for our sbaroof dulioauies Miss HonaStapp Iibh a very pretty visitor whoso na.r.o we failed to hear. Hev A. B Anderson is making quito a number of pictures for the peoplo around town and getting up quite n name as an artist. Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Madison, are visltora ol Hov. Anderson and family. Mr. and Mrs.T. M. Holmes vi.tited Mr J. G. Lynn and family at May wood the latter part of the week. Mr. John Buchanan, of the Louis vlllo Times, is spending a few days with bis parents here. There are quite a number of Rueata at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singleton are at home from their bridal tour and have rooms at her mother's, Mrs, Laura Mooro. F J. Hagin, of Louisville, and tho Meesrs. Walker, of Garrard, brought their dogs, about 60 in number, to Mack Holmes' Thursday and with our Crab Orchard for hunters spent two nights In fox chasing. Tho dogs made plenty of nuiBlc to last this end of tho county a year. Mr. Arthur Walllu, ol Versailles, 0., and Mr. Frank Wallin, wife and child, of KAvnnnah. Ga.. are with their mother, who has been very 111 alnce tho doath of her husband several weokB ago. Mrs. Lee Orady and daughter aro with Mr. ami Mrs. Joe McClure. Mlsa Myrtle WIUIb, of Lancastor, la a guest of Mr. and Mra. 0. H. Singloton. Misses Alllo and Henry PibIi bavo gono to Richmond to attend the fair this week. Your Mlsa Lou J. Grant, is at the House. Mrs. W. 0. Hansford i'oldam returned to her home at Manchester this by her son week. She was accompanied King. Will and friends were sorry to see Mrs. Hanlord's Col. J. W. her in such wretched health. of Boyle, Is in Crab Orchard, Guest, Heaven. which he claims is very ntor schoo'-houae. sitisfaction. It is reported that the recent heavy rains have damaged the wheat crop very materially, but all of the farmers report that tho corn crop is the finest this season we have had in years. Samuel Murphy sold 15 shouts to Robert Burton last week at 3c T. L Saunders sold a bunch of cattle to Cron-le- y Coy, of Madison, at 3jc. Geo. bought a bunch of ehoats at 'Jjc. During a oevere storm last week one of the new cottages recently erected by Wm. Ward was struck by lightning. Tho bouse was not seriously damaged, only the side of the wall where it struck was crackrd. A sacred concert will be given at the Fork church evening. The' program will consist of music and read- ingand will be of a religious order. As; only '25c will bo charged a number of Lancaster people may be in attendance. A reception wai tendered the iixMor of the Christian church and his new wife at Kirasville last 'IhursJay evening by tho members of his congregation. Tho newly wedded couple had just returned from a bridal tour and it was but a titling way of allowing the high esteem in which their minister is held. After an absence of 10 years Dr. Samuel Burnsido again visits the home of his nativity. Hesajs in all this lapse of time that fow changes except the inevitable decree of death aro at all noticeable to him. He is also very complimentary to Garrard countv women and nays he cannot see that any bavo aged as the years advance, but all have retained their good looks. The following Lancaster people bavo been enjoying the healing waters of Crab Orchard the past week and report themselves highly recuperated: Mrs. W. S. O'Neal and daughter, Mrs. L. F. Hubble, Mrs. John E.Stormes, Mr. and Mrs A. II. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram, Mrs. W. R Marrs and sisters, Miss Alfin and Mary AndersonjMisses Altio Marks-bu- ry and Pattia Beazlev; Messrs. Letcher and Casoy Owaley, Will Dunlap, Will Walkbr, Horace and Ben Herudon, Clyde Herring, Harry Robinson, Dr. J. W. Grant and daughter, Mirs Lucile Grant. Mrs. JeBBe WaMen was called to Glasgow by the illneea of her daughter, Mr-H. M. Ballou Mrs R.C. Campbell and little daughter, Puttie Lynn, have returned from Boyle. Mrs. Margaret Dunn has returned from a vipittohtr aister at Newport. Ming Amy DavidHon has returned from Lexington. Miss Katie Simpson is the gueet of Miss Georgie West at Harrodehurg. Mrs. B. M. of Klllarney, Fla., is here visiting friends. Misa Ethyl West has returned from Burgin. Misa Buchanan, of Camp- bellsville, in visiting Mrs. J. H. McMur-tr- y Misa Florence Harris is visiting ber brother at Carlisle. W. K. Shugars haa returned from an outiug on the Kentucky River. Bright Swinebroard tins located hero for the practice of the law. Miss Henry Fisb, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of her couaius, Misses Rolla and Allie Arnold. Dr. M. 0. Elliott, of is in Lancaster mingling with old friends. Will Hamilton, of Midu'leaboro, is the guest of hla brother, James I. Hamilton. Miss Ellio King left last week to enter school at Valparaiso, Ind. Mias Alice Arnold, of Richmond, is with her Bister, Mrs. J. S. Johnson. MIbb Lena Rig-nhas returned from a pleasant visit to her aunt in Ashland. ry SOMEWHAT LOCAL. W. A. and T.J. Trice are adding il,-60- 0 Leroy Hayden, a well-knofarmer worth of Improvements to their of Madison, was ndjudged insane. house. Louis Geo Clark, thH original "Geo. Miss Pearl Hill commenced teaching' HarriB" in t'nelo Tom's Cabin, is a beg-ga- r the public tcliool at Mason's ecbool-hottb- o on tho streets of Lexington, on Monday. A dispute over toll caused J. W. j Kov. W. M. Kuykendall is cow en- Parris, a Fayette county toll-takto gaged in a protracted meeting at Rolling shoot and kill Jasper Black, a farmer. Fork, Casey county. i Only J113 was offered for 31 shares of 1 he Misses McCarley entertained last Second National Bank stock, of RichFriday evening in honor of Mies Suo mond, which heretofore commanded the Layton. of Cincinnati. figure of $175. 'Tis needless to say that Fri-do- y Miso Llllio Bounn entertained tho stock wm not sold. Register. evening in honor of her visitor, Mies Adjt. Gen. Collier haB left for LanLillie Warner, of McOreary caster, his home. All of tho "easy" poCommunion services were conducted i ker players aro away from Frankfort at at the Presbyterian church on Sunday present. Frankfort has, therefore no morning by Dr. J. M. Worrali. charm for the general. Frankfort cor. Mica MBggle Thompson entertained Lou. Post. Saturday evening in honor of Miss Lena Congressman McCreary has been Gordon Tillett, quito an attractive young notified that a pennion of 112 per month, lady of Flemingsburg. dating from November. 1S94, has been Miss Helen Thurmond, of Lincoln, granted to Angelino McGuire, of Red will begin teaching school at Rice's Acad-etn- House, with $2 a month additional for July L'7th. MIssThu-ruon- d taught escb of three minor children. the same school the past term aud gave J. William Board was assassinated er, y DEATH DOINGS. Lackey. A few short months ago had tho pleasure of mingling our congratulations with tho others who gathered around the hospitable board of Mr. William M. Lackey to help celebrate hla 80th birth day. Now it becomes our sad duty to tell of bis death, which occurred at 11 i. m. on the IStli. A man wo K FOR CASH ! There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices m 5ss5KN 1 J i i For tlie nSTezrrt Tliirtsr IDas, m Nj. yr f. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ryi wmm p mm i & 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. I. i1 $ 's JI . '' ( SCHOOL BOOKS. We have just received our line of Trrrtsl ir r m m t m Saturday night at Benton Baptist church, near Harrodsburg, by J. W. Bugg. One story is that the shooting was because of Board's supposed intimacy with Bugg's wife, while ono witness testified at the inquest that it was the common rumor that Bugg bad been offered fCOO to kill Board. a . 1I ' , . . WILLIAM MILLER LACKEY. Pi I1 TABLETS CM-owe- st & SCHOOL SUPPLIES. The Bide porch of tho governor's housb is now completed. With its d body and lemon yellow trimmings it gives one almost as much satisfaction to look at it as one would bavo feasting on claret punch The painting was dono under tho direction of Mr. Pat Cane, of Danville, who is in for killing the town marshall. Louisville Post. wine-colore- cnvncir chimes. j i ThoSouVh district Sunday school convention will meet Thursday, July 23 at Harrodsburg. Tho Second Presbyterian church at Portsmouth, O , waa blown up with dy namite by unknown vanda's The Methodist church here has Hev. L. M. Laelev because be will not submit to the discipline. Over J1.000 was raised to build a Baptist church at Mt. Vernon the first week tho eubfccription paper wiib started. Mr. J. U. Carter has donated the ground and the Methodists of tho Halls Gap section are making preparations to build a church near that gentlemau'a store Elder S. S. Sweeney, of Paris, one of the greatest men in his denomination, preached two able discourses at the Christian church here Sunday, having swapped pulpits with Elder J. T. Shar-rar- d. del-miss- Jen-ning- H . and married, waaarrestrd at Logansport, Ind, where he was living with Miss Daisey Dorian, o just sweet sixteen. Tho clerical is from Watorloo, la. The Bible ia still tho most widely circulated book of any volume published Tho American Bible Society reports that it distributed 1,750,000 copies of tho Scriptures last year. Within the SO yoars of its existence tho society ban issued the enormoiiB number of 01,705 Sil copies. Tho "Old School Baptists" at O , objected to tho "Naw School" faction putting an organ in the church, but it was put in and the matter was taken to tho courts, which decided that the Sunday school could make use of tho insUument during Sunday school, but must remove it at tho close of tho classes. 15, rene-gadPost-town, Rev. G. B. Scott, MA TllIMONIAL MA TTEJiS. tells Bur-dett- The Ihrboumllu Experiment of this misfit marriage thore: Richnrl Kennedy, eged IS, aud Mrs. Alice Glasscock, aged 3S, were married on last Friday night. The groom is only 5 ft. 4 in. tall and weight- about 130, while the bride is about 5 ft. S in. tall and weighs about 250 - May-fiel- d, ey Dr. G. Goldstein, tho optic specialist, who has been here the past week, has decided to remain over till tho L'oth. Tho corres-ponden- t, doctor has been busy during his stay here and has fitted many of our best citizens with glasses and they all Bpeak iu praise of bis work. Tho doctor is second to none in hia profession and our people w ill do well to call on him during his stay here. Offico, Myera House, 10 to 3. Praise from such a source as this is praise indeed and while we do not believe ourselves worthy of it, we print the paragraph below to show what some people think: The Interior Journal, the ablest, most uncompromising and honestest gold standard paper in Kentucky, not excepting tho Courier Journal, falls gracefully Into line for Bryan and Sowall and the Chicago platform. The action of the Journal iao like its honest and loyal editor that Tho Courier gives ILa article entire, that our readers mav read the utterance of an editor who for nearly a quartor of a century has never for a moment been under suspicion of having written a line from undue intluences. William P. Walton is worthy of any Ho honors that can fall to bis share. is an honest man without a tlngo of suspicion of wrong attaching to nearly a quarter of a century of newspaper writing. Bowling Green Courier. Only $10 round trip from Cincinnati via Big Four added to one fare via Q. & O. to Cincinnati, from points in Kentucky. Tickets good only on morning . m James Walker, an uncle of Mr. Georgj Miller Givens, at whoso bouso be made his home, died Saturday, aged 00 years. He never married and for a long time has beon nearly blind and almost helpless. trains July 22nd, returning after date of sale. three days and temperate habits, he wob remarkably vigorous for one of his age, and when on last Tuesday he was attacked with tho malady which proved fatal, a rush of blood to the brain, his friends could hardly realize that the doctors spoke the truth when they said that it was the beginning of the end, which was a question of a very short time. Born in Madison county Nov. 25th, 1815, Mr. Lackey was SO years and nearly nine months old. His parents, Samuel Lackey and Jennie Miller, gave him the best education Becurable in their section at that early day and as Boon et be was old enough he began clerking (or a Richmond merchant. Before he was 21 he set up in business for himself and shortly afterwards entered into a partnership, which naught but death could dissolve. Ho married the woman who made him a loving and true help mate for over half a century and whese are now torn by the separation. She waa MIbs Martha Ann Hock-e- r, daughter of Col. Nicholas Hocker, aud they wero married tho Sth of December, 1S37. During their long life of honeymoon 69 years together their eeemod never to end. He was always the patient, attentive and loving husband and she the tender and devoted wife. They seemed made for each other and they fully tided their manifest destiny. Two children were born to them, only one of whom eurvives, Mr. Samuel E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tent), the other, Mr. Nicholas D. Lackey, having died iu lSSt. In politics Mr. Lackey was a democrat and in religion a Presbyterian having joined the church at an early age and been a faithful eoldier of the cross. His Beat at the church was rarely yacant. He loved the Lord and Hia people and found his happiest moments with them. That he waB fully prepared for the transition there is no doubt. A short time since he told hia wife that he was ready to answer tho summons at any timo and would be anxious to go, but for Waving her, adding, however, that the Lord would tike careof her and His will be dono. Mr. Lackey waa ono of 11 children, five of whom are still living. Mra. Eliza Lackoy, of Missouri, being SO, Mr. A. K. Lackey, of Madison, D. M. Lackey and Mra. Jane Ballew, of Garrard, and M. G. Lackoy, of Boyle. The family came from Virginia in the early history of Kentucky and settled in Madison. The maternal grandfather of the deceased was Capt. James Miller, a gallant eoldier of the revolutionary war. By indsutry, ctrict attention to business and frugality, Mr. Lackey amassed a good share of this world's goods aud left a name for honesty and fair dealing worth more than money to his descendants. A warm hearted, upright and true man, ho leaves nothing but friends on earth, to join tho hosts of. saints who have heard the welcome plaudit, "Thou good and faithful servant, enter into the joys of thy Lord." Impressive funeral services were held by Rev. Ben Holm, assisted by Rev. S. M. Logan, at the Presbyterian church'at 2 o'clock vesterday, which was crowded with relatives, friends and acquaintances and then a long concourse followed the remains to their last resting place in Buffalo Cemetery. Peace to the ashes and consolation to the widow and son. Estill, the bright and handsome son of Judge and Mrs. nlno months-olW. E Varnon diea at 2 a. m. Friday after several days illness of cholera infantum and waa buried Saturday In tho presence of many sympathizing friends. It is hut slight assuagement to the grief of tho be. reaved parents to remind them that little Estill Is better off than In this world of sin and sorrow. No one but a parent knows how the dear little things weave themselves into their heart stings, nor the deep Borrow that the loss of them occasions, and all who ever felt the tender love for offspring will sincerely sympathize with those who now mingle their tears over tt little mound in Buffalo Cemetery. of spleudid constitution heart-string- s d Remember we sell at the Cash Prices YaZD Don't forget the place. Everything in the Book Line. Come to McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. ("'""" ;i-ijf- ZZZ.m;&ZM r jftiu ri rt-i- " w- - fmmm"mA&Jm&jrmtJmJlmJUS 'J iw t'tJlrii ra r - w Tti ! S U CO 3S ixr ESS ! 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 Musi Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want GOODS CH2SAFEB, ms--Jr THAU EVUE Afl-- You bought them before, now is your time. - TXVUA A AAA V- '. ".WVV - FRYE, Hustomille. JAMES "...A .. .. V .iAAUATSSSAAAcM: !. , .. . . -- v r.Tv7V7T.-'-;-a v?.-',.Mw-...- . AA-Vt- '. t -tT."t .v r x irvvvrrrwrrg 2rr t6i ii-t.- . 3- - CRAIG & HOCKER, .. DEALERS IN $ jf J . "Drugs, Gasrrvlcals, Oils, Painis, J $ Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. t It Pays to Daa! with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. J J "3f Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, rZ WHL 1 1-- -- Shingles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CASH CLEARAICE 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 Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilA Large Stock of 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. Well-Selected kook Out forOurGetre 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 tow prices. Canned Goods. We are yours for nrst-cla- ss and CHARLES WHEELER June i8,'96. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. wtmnmwW'U mmwm W?"iw -- ri eau '?&mmim n mi-Wee- kNAL i , Stanford, Ky., - - July 21, 189G W. P. WALTON. Fbkk silver men and sound money howl-icj- ? democrats alike in Jeesamino are over Jack Chinn'a despotic action in turning down every onu of the county committee, although each had signified bis intention of supporting tbo Chicago ticket and were endorsed for retention by nearly every decent democrat in the county. The petition signed entirely by silver people was given to Col. Ohinn bv Mr. L. C. McMnrtry, an ardent silverite, protesting against 8ny change. Mr. said in handing it to him, "There are only two men, James F. Barkley and B. L. Cook, who want a change in Jessamine; they want it simply to get control of the local machinery; gold and silver men alike are satisfied as this petition will attest, but if the uncalled-fo- r change is made you must bear the blame." But what doeB Chinn care for blame or anything else, bo he carries his point? The democratic party may go to the devil and the people may be d d, as Vanderbilt once said, but the rule or ruin policy determined upon must be enforced, by the man, who clothed in a little brief authority, is cutting such fantastic tricks as make democrats as well as angela weep. Mc-Murt- ry As the matter now stands, Mr. John B. Thompson is certain of the nomination for Congress and Mr. Pryor J. Foree had as well make a virtue of a ne- cessity and withdraw from the race. The silver people have the hide and tallow and it is just as well to throw in the head and tail. Mr. Thompson has expressed himself in favor of a primary and his wishes will doubtless be gratified. In the event be will win hands down for it is in the rural districts that the free silver sentiment is strongest and it will not be alow in asserting itself in a primary. Mr. Thompson says he will carry Foree'a own county by 500 and we have no reason to doubt it since the result of the county convention declaring for free silver. At any rate it looks like the man from Shelby will have "to bide a wee" and wait till the fury of the silver storm shall have spent itself. Gov. Russell was found dead in his bed in a famine camp near Quebec, Canada, Thursday afternoon, death seeming to have come to him while asleep, from heart disease. Though but 39 years of age he had been governor of Massachusetts three terms and was mayor of Boston before be was 28. That he was a man of force and great popularity is Bhown by the tremendous majorities he received in republican strongholds. He was a democrat of democrats and his voice was never silent when its principles were involved. His last public appearance was in the Chicago convention, where be made a most impassioned speech against the adoption of the platform. Those papers whose chief stock in Courier-Journand which have claimed that Mr. Watterson was not in sympathy with its policy, will have to revise their oft printed editorials, Bince Mr. Watterson'a cablegram from Geneva and his interview with New York papers, in both of which, he takes even stronger grounds against free silver and the other utterances of the platform than the paper has ever done. Both show too that he did not go to Europe to eEcape respoosibilitv trade is abuse of the al H til The chairman of the National committee of the people's party, who answers to the rather unusual patronymic of pays that "under no consideration Will I vote to endorse Bryan and Sowall at the populist convention to be held at St. Louis July 22 That would mean eurrender and destruction of the people's partv organization." And it would also throw Mr. Taubeneck out of a job, of which he is possibly more than over the other question. Tau-beneck, con-corned Wk should like to know who is going to run the proposed new paper in Louisville. Last week we had a note from Editor Dan E. O'Sullivan stating that he would, and now cornea a circular from Urey Woodson, H. A. Sommera and J. M. Rlchadaon, which saya that they will run it. Too many cooks spoil the broth and two many headB may run the thing in the ground even before it is started. The populiBt convention, which asis divided sembles at St. Louia three factions, one favoring a into Btraightout endorsement of Bryan and and Sowall, another a fusion ticket and the other a populist ticket and platform. The first seem to be in the majority and will doubtless win. Surely the pops can find no fault with Bryan, and the platform ia all that they could aak. to-da- y, mine there, baa given $100,000 to the democratic campaign fund. This shows how the mine owners expect to be benefited by free silver coinage and also that floaters will get free Bilver for a while, If the coinage is never made free and unlimited. This ia the season for unheard of men o to come to the front aa bolttra of the getting all the ticket and they are advertising they want. Chi-cag- that Mr. Wiggins, proprietor of a Bilver A dispatch from Lafortuna, A. T., saya -State officials have decided to try to be See Our Sec Our collect a franchise tax from tbo SouthCD ern Tacific railway and if they fall will t 360 majority. $i.oo Shoes, The State convention of republican attempt to havo ita Kentucky charter reThe Richmond Register falls in line league clubs will meet at London July pealed. Ladies' Slippers. The Jtest for Bryan and Sewall. v. W. M. Middlebrooks, at one time 23. Forakerand other distinCO Senator Peffer sayB the Chicago plat guished speakers will address the meet- mayor pro tern, of Atlnnta, lost his mind CD form waa stolon from the populists. C ing, which Is intended as a monstor rati- on account of financial troubles, tie The value of the silver produced in fication of tho nominations of McKinley had signed a noto to protect hia broth the United States last year was 135,000,-00- and Hohart. er'a credit. Ben Harris, who Uvea near Pond There will bo no election held in w Mr. Bryan denies vehemently tho Mercer county on August 1 as to whether Springs, Ga., was recently bitten by what 4-- 3 charge that he is a member of the A. P. local option shall prevail or not, saya the they call a "bull ant." Ho died in about A. 'a. Harrodsburg Sayings. The advocates of 10 minutes. The bull ant is about 10 Jerry A. Sullivan, of Richmond, has the local option law have been informed inches long. repudiated the Chicago platform and by their counsel that the order aa issued The report of tho agency sho wa the to CO AT THE ticket. by the county judo calling for an elec- tal number of Ohio pensioners to ho Senator Blackburn aaya Bryan and tion in August conflicts with the statute, an increaso of 45S over tho previous Sewall will sweep Kentucky and the and they hnve decided to abandou tho year. Tho amount disbursed to them country. idoa of holding an election in August,but was15,2S5,90S60. This is the combination you are looking for. Read the A telegram says that over 100 promi- Bay "Ink suitable for love letters" is adthey will get up now petitions calllist: nent democrats in Richmond will not ing for one in December, at which time vertised by a Parisian stationer It is Bnpport tho Chicago nominees. Ladies' Fast Black Corsets 45c, worth 75c. made of a Bolution of iodide of March, they say the question will be settled. of the Charley Long, Is preaching at and characters written with it entirely Ladies' Summer Corsets 45c. Rev. Sam Jones, who Kentucky State central committee, has a camp meeting near Cincinnati, told a fade in four weeks. 10 yards of Zephyr Gingham, with 5 yards of Colored also gone back on the Bryan ticket. Tho Cu'Mrian operation whs per newspaper man that he did not believe Hamburg, all for 60c. Gov. Stone, of Miseouri, has gone to the people of the South are aa rampant formed on Selena Winchester, a convict ch Wash Silk at 24c. St. Louis to urge the nomination of Bry- for freo silver as has been claimed. At at the penitentiary, sent from Wayne CD an by the populist National convention. hia home at Cartersville, Ga., he said to a county for arson. Tho child died and Ladies' Side Combs 5c and 10c, worth 10c and 15c. A. R. Burnam was nominated by crowd: "We eight men are farmers, tho mother cannot live. cd White Handkerchiefs 5c, worth 10 Ladies' the republicans forjudge of the court of country merchants and loafers generally; John Martin, a white man, and Lee White Embroidered Handkerchiefs 10c, worth O ' Ladies' appeals from tho Fifth appellate district. let'asee how we stand on the financial Harris, a Negro, assaulted Mrs BrownISC. Bryan, it is said, neither drinks, question. Well, sir, of the eight, fivo ing, wife of a respectable farmer, near Ladies' Pure SilK Mitts 12c. CO chews, smokes nor cusses. His wings are were for gold, one not decided and two Lebanon, Leo county, Va. They were CO Ladies' Seamless Black and Tan Hose Sc. Georgia has arrested and will probably be lynched. doubtless sprouting, but we do not vouch for free Bilver. Of course, old son of S. P Tho three-yeaLadies' Ribbed Vests 5 c. boon set down as a rampant free Bilver for it. CD I do not believe that represents Surgher, of K)le's Ford, Tenn., was faBryan will establish bead quarters State, but A Nice Bed Spread Only 75c. CO in the business center of Lincoln, and thosober second thought of the thinking tally hurt recently bv a game rooster, Suspenders 10c, cheap at 20c. Men's which attacked tho boy with ita Bpu will retain his residence there during people of the State." Children's Sailor Hats 15c, worth 25c. One of tho rooster's blowa severed an arthe campaign. O ' MORE NEWS NOTES. tery. Children's Fast Black Hose only 5c. The Railway Age, after 20 yeara A negro named George Crittenden Yard-Wi- de in politics, announces Bleached Domestic 5c. At Cairo, Egypt, 419 people died in waa robbed, beaten and placed on the to that it will be converted into a political two daya of cholera. CD O. N. T. Thread 10c. 3 Spools of Plalnfield, Ind., L. A N. track near Lexington, where he organ for the coming campaign in behalf Abe Saunders, Working Shoes 94c, cheap atSi.25. Men's Extra-Go- od was run over and mangled so that he of sound money. fell out of bed and broke his neck. CO died, not however until he had told the Men's Fine Shoes Sroo. Senator Teller haa written a letter to Sixteen people were drowned by the horrible story Mr. Bryan assuring him of hia Bupport, sinking of a ferry boat at Cleveland. Ladies' Oxfords 48c to St. 50. CD j While Mies Fannie Howes, of I'ticn, died is and saying that his services will be at Nine children in Minnesota Indies' Patent Tipped Button Shoes 98c. the disposal of the National committee the reault of drinking poisoned lemon-ad- Ind., and Thomas Jarvis, of Louisville, C3 Special Bargains in Men's and Boys' Clothing. were boating on the Ohio river, the during the campaign. A Boyd county woman laiailv staD- - steamer Telegraph crashed into their Men's and Boys' 50c and 75c Straw Hats Now 39c. The old Fayette county and Lexingattempted to ravish pkitl. The wheel struck Mies Howes and CD ton democratic committees have been bed the brute who CO killed her instantly. her. called to meet and protest against their bA The tandem waltz is the latest and Charles Margrave, the postmaster at removal. They will teat the validity of in it the man catches tho woman in the Emorv Gao. Tenn.. was shot from am A; URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, the new appointments. rH back. CD bush while Koing home and fatally 3 Senator Vilas issues an address to 3 A car shed and stables were burned wounded. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Eight buckshot entered hia democrats in which he denouncea tho Chicago, cremating 250 cars and 50 hack and perforated tho intestines. Wilat o3 Chicago convention and advises the seBranch Stores: horses. liam Lefew in under urreet on suspicion. lection of another ticket. lynched at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg Dan Dicks, a Negro, was Auditor W. W. Haralson, of the Gov. Matthews, at a democratic ratiEtlentown, Ga., for ravishing a white Jacksonville, Tampa, Key West railroad, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, fication meeting in Indianapolis, said woman. killed hia assistant, Francia M Ector, CO Elizabcthtown, Franklort, Ky., that the Chicago convention was com James Cox cut Preston Ne.il to death with a chair In the Arlington Hotel, posed not of anarch ista or repndiatorsi Mauckport, Ind. and Both Jacksonville. The men, who had forin the Frankfort penitentiary. CO but of patriots. 03 -were Negro convicts. merly been great friends, had quarreled Mr. Henry Watterson, In an interBv a chance of wards, tho Lexing over h uainu of cards view at Geneva, denounces the Chicago ton Lunatic Asylum will now accommoThe correspondence between the platform aa an open door to revolution, date 100 more people. United States and Great Britain on the and repeats that a new ticket is the only Randolph Sword fatally wounded subject of arbitrating the settlements of l!J hope of the democratic future. ' Clarence Wright at Pikeville In a quar- the disputes between the countries and The reception to Bryan will be held rel over a glass of cider. of also for the settlement by arbitration i in the State House at Lincoln, and the that the Rufus Guthrie, aged 7, was drowned tho Venezuela boundary, showsfar from XI parties to the controversy are republicans are indignant because the at Frankfort in full sight of his mother, reaching an agreement. use of the building for that purpose was ED who has been frantic since. granted by the Populist State authoriAre both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. If A Michigau man was drowned while In Ittryol I'arbttirw. ties. We can sell you trying to escape arrest after having Uu Dwunit jrirl, tiw of my Senator Gorman is said to have criminally aeeaulted a girl. hmrt Iuih Ixvu tKUnftml by tl tockn i'j booked himself (or the role of a harmon-ize- r ; First Mate surprised tho talent at of ytur charms. I Jo miiwt aiwl lot us between the two wings of the dem- Latonla by winning the Himyar Stakes. rido taudVm thnayrh lifii. ocratic party during the coming cam- Loki, the favorite, finished third. SIh llirvr Hw.t od stmtifrol You Delivered at your house. lave about 300 bushels of . paign. He will support the Chicago Tom Haxhall, an Atlanta, Ga , Ne- haw MxirelMxl your way to my Hi SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. I curumC laok jL-and ticket. gro, fatally stabbed his wife when she your attractions. I PumuwW tU han-illall the States The populist vote in refused to get up Bnd get breakfast. Call and sec us. bur of my llfo h yijur lmixlrf ami am in 1S94 was 1,305,957. At the presidenFrank Harris, a Hamilton, O , Negro, Fnru you will ntiT mr unitl hvt tial election in 1892 they cast 1,011,02S killed bis wife and three children and wisely. I'hikwMnhla IWk-w- . votes to the democrats 5,550,91s, the retheu finished the job by killing himself. publicans 5,170.1 OS and the prohibitionin Liautkn. Robert Langhlin wsb found guilty at ists "I livo in utown," wild th of his wife and Brookville of the murder "I Object Holman" has been renom- niec and his punishment was fixed at antl man, w1k wan tilt.l kwM m tho inated by the democrats in the 4th In- death. hotl choir Kinokliitf a nuik cigar iumI iui mwlr, diana district, lie is 77 years old and has in the collieries of tho "whro a foth:r, two kum Operations all munilxm of tho Homo family, ran served several terms in Congress, without Lehigh valley iu Pennsylvania will hb oittoo ur thi lint having made any other reputation than resumed. Five thousand men are af- for I vxmturnl a hysfcuuk r, "Portion that of objector. fected. of Ohio iirv you from?" what jxui The supply is more than the deThe Arkansas Populist delegation Rev. Washington Craft ia under arNew York Sunday World mand. comto the St. Louis convention goes unin- - rest at Hindmau, charged with Linvillo Hngins Uwt JxiriMvy. An t $5 00 Carriages for structed, but the delegation, headed by plicity iu the murder of Mr. Ferjra.'on f who luw lnn rwuly to J. It. Sovereign, is for Bryan, and the 12 years ago. $f 00 Carriages for $5 00. platform on the financial quotations Two other persons, one of them an start to tlm tlktfY an bfir or nxuv) $7 00 Carriages for $6.00. echoes that of the Chicago convention, Episcopalian minister, were killed by Laura, If you ruwl to toko a train SS 00 Carriages for 57.00 you wouM ki Till$10.00 Carriages for SS.oo. In denying reports that he desired lightning at the sumo time Senator FfcrjrruMi (hutt'iniujr Mrs. J? 2.00 Carriages for S I o. 00. the New York State democratic organiza- man's daughter was. I don't know wlKJvor I wouhl or ixit, 1S90, In the Th firrt loss for June. I did ititch it I kmw I woukl tion to indorse the Chicago platform, Mr. Imt if $13.00 Carriages for $ 1. 00. toImvo to trasvl vitlout any tnoort. W. O. Whitney said: "There are no United States and Canada showa the V. V, Chicago TrihuiK', poBBible conditions or circumstances that tal loss to be 5,721,260; last year would induce me to vote for it or assist Undertaker, and Dealer in FurniNo Hope In TtiMt 0;turt. it." The town of Malvern, Ark., was alture. Carpets, Wall Paper, &c, ChtirlVo Paywvll Say, okl 111011, will Incendiaries, four of Populist Petitt !b delighted with the most obliterated by Stanford, Ky. arrest. Only one busi- you lot ukj hovo $20 uutil toiikomrw? platform and candidates of the Chicago whom are under Johnnio Gondboy Oui't, my door convention, and Popocrat Woodson is ness house waa left standing. boy. Havun't got it. Why don't ytm delighted at the delight of his old antagOver 14,000 people saw the two base oak Howonl? ITo mihA lot yoi lcvn it. onist. Thus have the tomtit and the ball games in Louisville Sunday, showChorlio PaywolV Jfo, I oouldn't exwoodcock laid down together and you ing that there ia plenty of money afloat pect to got a dollar from him; tie (rww might cover both with a cabbago leaf. mo $50. Now York Sunday World. for such things if nothing else. Has Come and Gone and Louisville Times. The headless corpse of a mau was A Those who voted for a "change" in found in the river at Louisville. In a "Aftar ull," Kuid tho thoQffiitfulKirl, Kentucky last year are getting it all pocket was a card on which could bo "tho jrriMuntotkai of an eiigagDment along the line. The school per capita distinguished, "Charles Port." n.'ininw-00110A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater efFrancis fatally rintf ia a rolio of bttrtwrism, a has been cut down from $2 80 to $2 20. At Chicago Alex of ohnoloGv oouditknt fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance This loss of course falls upon the school stabbed John Smith because the latter "Tlioffl ho," ww tho unthutifewtio teachers. Republican rule in Kentucky called him a republican and said he had "I jtiKt wiflh ri wcro tlw foslv-io- both to you ?nd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for acis an experiment the people will not be aold his vote on one occasion. Washington counts due, to settle at once. to rivo hicyok." Interest added to all accounts due likely to repeat for many years to come. George H. Dains has bought the fctor. last January. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. Owensboro Tribune pbnt for 1920, and It A Yoniig OiUprit. A dispatch from Frankfort BayB there is understood the publication of an afterrun Jo, what UjiuiiI ; V with i Ret of kivM tn tlto olxitcurt uuif is a move on between Breckinridge men noon paper will shortly be begun. Tluit am Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Wlii tho wlckod irfciMr IVh lih cnuw and the republicans for a fusion ticket, Tom Phelps, known aa the "strong With u kW ftud a aritH? Wuu;t? a tear with the agreement that the republicans man" of Ohllllcothe, O., got on WImui tort III tho nuUur of iMiuclkd wnlb Iinji"! to Mturn JixlKiiviirt, you refrain from making a nomination and and it was necessary to call out the enDixoovur tbo Btnmrt nntVin falls support Breckinridge, whilo in return, tire police force to get him in jail. Whtm Um naljirib'H only two. the Breckinridge mop will vote for John Welch, aged 10, was married at Tho h:i;ta)itruM lut BprlauihilA mitflit EniMJt luva ull through thti Uay, The proposition was made by a Peru, Ind., to Mr-,- . Hallie Timberlako, a ATAnd Him) amend 'urn uurtittf tbo nth'M, local Breckinridge leader to republicans widow of 42. She has three children, all Aixl clinch 'm tn iwry way, high in authority. of which are older than her husband. And t I would utthuf yon. wli Utltuune Of okl tlmu dogma or ikv Mrs. Martha Brozee and Mrs. Mary In this issue we put at the bead of When tliu ttghfatft. hmr Hmj fatuity tootm namea oi the demo- West, twins, celebrated their 00th birth our columns the If tho cnlprif b only twu? cratic National ticket and from now un- day at Newport, Vt., Wednesday. Their My actVrm tn uy court woukl Iku, Cooking, til the election we snail do what we can father lived to be 92 and their mother CS. A Jury would And for ntu, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less Heating, Oat whun I ara aourt and Jury I of Fayette couu-ty- , to insure their election. We can not Thomas Hampton, Am ttolplutM uh man con bo. Gasoline, than actual cost. simulate any great enthusiasm because Tenn., drank a quart of whisky and No oodn haa and bo. in short, Thuru'a only csnu tbtntf to do we do not feel it, but we ahall honestly died within an hour. A note was found I'll hare to oconpromUo tmt of court do what we can for the support of the in hia pocket atating that he waa tired of For the oulprlt'i) only two. Chicago Record. ticket because, if for no other reason, it life. co ales in the "name of the grand old demPOLITICA L POINTS. ocratic party which we have alwaya lov-oThe "drya" won tu Adair county by Winchester Democrat. i d, Er.-Go- W o Dont Worry sr 45-ccn- '(q ro ABOUT HARD TIMES. 0. Big W inducements anil SuDstantial Bargains 2 :j m 101,-49- 2, LOUISVILLE STORE. o o s 22-in- Hem-Stitch- m o VI r 1 r. Silk-Finis- hed ft O 3 e. o o LOUISVILLE STORE. o ! "jncTeo'BT -- Suiqcpio "soa Si I GUARANTEED 1 tl' -- I Coal at 7c to 14c per J3u. H. BAUCHMAIM & CO. I! uffiv-tion- J 1,-aii- n J. -- ....' w BABY CARRIAGES "tit !," Must Go i, h-f- t )" gkv) 1 1 ' WITHERS, Iwiixr Your Account Remains Unpaid. 0 lcr. ii H. J. McROBERTS. Mc-Kinl- -- yi-- AT YOUR PRICE. tart-urn- , W. H. WEAREN & CO. 4 f i I Nw lot of carpets, smyrna, moquette Only a Dollar. Mr. J. M. Keane, SXSSSSss GSiX22( and matting rugs nt Withers'. Prices agent at Junction City, writes us that the Q. A 0. will run an excursion to Cincin lower than the lowest. Thy HiKKins A MoKinney and see nati next Sunday, 20th, at $1 for round- Your account was due July 1, and it trip. Tho Zoo, Coney Island, Lagoon .July 21, 1890 what cash will buy. Btanfohd, Ky., must be Bottled. I need the money and and Cheater Park ore open and the Reds l'lixecnirrio.y work done at lowest cash can't wait on you. W. B. McRoberta. and Clovelands will play the greatest " (i prices. Craifj A Hocker. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. After having for some time considered the advantages Just received a nice lot of white oak game of ball of the season. 9 a Lead pencils, extra good, 10c dozen. S and disadvantages of the Cash Svstem of doiner business. fencing, which I will sell cheap for mu. Referring to the selection of E. 0. Craig A Hocker Ossh House. s we have been forced to the conclusion A. 0. Sine, Stanford, Ky. that it is right, and You should tako your prescriptions to Walton and himself as honorary vice i g in the end, the best for both buyer and seller. On Wed-PennyV drug store where prompt and Ask UiggitiB A McKinney about Acme presidents, Harry Giovannoli says in the accurate-Borvicis Runrnntoml. Mr. M. E. Allen has opened a nesday, July 15, we will begin this system, viz: Buying cement, something new for plastering. Advocate: That settles it. The Liberty Block of Undertaking Goods at & and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we shall fair this year will be the biggest thing The Stanford scrap team beat the Lanaska ashore of thepatronaKO since thu Chicago convention. People PEltSQXAI 1'OJNTS. $ be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this caster boll team at the U. B. F. picnic of the West End. .. .,,1 XTn rtlflVC 1C VlACf krfVl (nr tli.n.v clIIU f 1 will bo therefrom Dan to Buereheba, and ...w.w ... IUI iui llll.UI Mns. W. P, Giii.nbtkad hiw been very here Friday 'JO to 8. Vt ...HI 0 Better and uvjv "uuiStock of Goods U3. ever will v.lljr u 5 Larger before and applicants for the bill of entertainment will he the most than ill of a (ever. Fourteen more white ; V r u .11 ! Mu. Lackey held J10.000 insurance on c..., i. t.i l. its n.ti ami; uiai ivc shuu ue auie 10 picase you in survite, in teachers' certificates were beforo examin- delectable since Epicurus dined on nightJok P. Buuton returned yesterday to Ids life, which he had been carrying over ers, L. $ quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, Montgomery, Ala. 0. Bosley and U. S. Young, Sat- ingales' tongues. Remember the date Asiiiiy Wabhbn begun u school near 20 yearn at f 300 a year. urday, making 01, who hayo so far been and save your money. $ G. L Kingsvillo yesterday. Your account is due and ready for you. examined and there Ib still another A Rascal. Charley Bob Woods Is the TRY PAYING Mil. 11. V. Hockkii is back from a bus- I need money and ask that you pay me chance in August. name of a little negro here who is ripeniness visit to New York. at once. 11. 0. Kupley. The U. B. F. picnic Friday was a very ing for the penitentiary. Though Mr. is ol Lancaster, Mi68 LizzibTiiomi-bon'Your account at M. S. A J. W. Baugh-man- 's big one and our colored frienda enjoyed Warren did not get out a warant, it was with MIssKthyl lieazloy. conclusively proven, Marshal Newland is ready for you and you must set- themselves greatly. The tnemberB of MKH.8.E. Lackkv, ol Gallatin, Tenu., large numbers says, that this Negro stole the chickens the order wero here in tle it at once. Don't fail. has joined her husband here. and marched through town to good mu- out of the buggy mentioned in last issue. and Lucy Leo uro Mns. E. 0. Walton Juimie Carhun made Decatur Cren- sic furnished by the Danville brass band. He was seen sneaking around the house seeking health at Oook'n Springs. shaw contribute JO to the city treasury Dr. Tardifftells us that $03 net were real- of George R. Wearen the othe afternoon Kings-villMies Eliza Hlankkssiiii', of yesterday tor firing on a pistol on the ized by the order from tho proceeds of and "being tdld to git, he got," but went After careful deliberation between doing business on a cash and is the guest of Misa Mary Warren. straight lo Mrs. Woodie Hale's residenco credit system and in view of the fact of the unsettled condition of fthe day. Mahy Aiioahams, of Crab Or- street. Miss i and shortly afterwards 15 was missing. inances, we have decided to A MBiinY party from tho L., St. L. A T. chard, was the guest of Mrs. Jessie Btagg. While looking through the jail Friday On court days he rides the horses hitch"Handbomb" Dick Gk.ithy, of Lex- It. It. were in a special car attached to Jailer DeBord and Constable Benedict ed on Jockey and Church streets, always 211 yesterday, en routo to Crab Orchington, spent several days with his broth No. found several iron elate that had been managing to elude detection by the ownard Springs. ers here. broken oil the beds in the cbIIb and that ers. Ho is a natural born thief and ia Beginning Monday, July 13th, 1896. Lackky, of Lancaster, Miss Jknnik In my absence George W. DeBord will were no doubt being saved by the pris- quite slick about it. He cautiously apdays with Mr. and Mrs. J. sell you any of the great medicines made oners in the event they saw an opportuspent several proaches a residence in broad day light, To those who have been prompt in paying their accounts we are esW. Kout. by the Quakers, for which 1 am agent. nity to make their escape. One of them makes a careful Burvey of the premises, pecially thankful, and to all who have given us so liberal a share of Mns. Mary Uuhcii and Miss Essie Dr. T. J. Hatcher. was found in tho stovo close to the cell of and if observed, asks for something to their patronage, we kindly ask you to continue with us under the sysprotracted 9 Burch are ablotobo out after John W Pace, who ia here from Leslie cat and thus allays suspicion. The next tem we have adopted, firmly believing that at the end of each year all It hasn't rained for several dayB and county lor spells of fever. visit he makes to Church street will, to a parties will be better satisfied, and as an evidence of this fact no mer0 9 MaiiyO'Xhal Evans and Miss hopes are entertained that the delMiia. Thk Richmond Pantograph in noticing certain extent, be the climax In Char- chant or customer who has followed this principle will abandon it. Mabel Myers, of Louisville, are guests at uge is over. Clearing weather Tuesday, says the signal service. our paragraph stating that all of the 13 ley's thieving career, if I see him, for Again thanking you for your patronage and promising to sell goods, Mr. A. I). Hoot's. openprisoners sent to the pen at the last term instantaneously the whipping post, the at the lowest living prices, we remain, Very Respectfully, Mim Ida Olaiik, of Jessamine, The Danville Fair will be held Aug. of court here were republicans, wants to worst needed of all lawB in Kentucky, yesterday with ed the school at Goshen Sam Lyons, the clever secretary, will bet its salary that they were tried before will be established and in about five a large attendance. be in the ollice again, and to him wo are n democratic judge and juries and wero minutes thereafter his hide wont begin Mh. A. G. FnAZiBH, master of trains at indebted for complitnentarien. Srbtaw. prosecuted by attorneys of that political to hold shucks. Louisville, is spending n few dayB with There is a chair at Mr. Sim K. Cook's faith. Of course they were, Mr. ParaMr. W. F. Sheridan. To the Editor ol the Interior Journal. Mns. Thomas Metcalk came over from that haB been In constant use for about graph, you are behind the times If you In regard to the Uustonville turnpike Jessamine Saturday to visit her parents, 110 years. It was tho property ol Mr. think there are enough competent repubroad of which Mr. W. H. Murphy Cook's David Cook, licans in Lincoln to do such good work. Mr. and Mrs. T.J Foster. Dealers In speaks in your issue of the 17th, I wish to Mn. J. W. Simpson, one of the Inter- and is highly valued by the present own Your numerous visits here haven't made Murphy's grievance isa pei Bay that Mr. you as wise as wo had hoped. ior Journal's substantial Garrard coun- er. Bonal feeling rather than an elTort to be a 9 9 9 Saturday. ty friends, WBsin town Charlie Adams was tried Saturday for Tiierk ib a spring on Mr. Sim Cook's public benefactor. The Uustonville road Mns Ethyl Wrkiiit and her visitor, Btealing a couple of hogs from Mr. W. P. farm on Dix River that bad an enviable ia free for comparison with the other Miss Cora Jones, of Montlcello, were Grimes and was held over lo circuit reputation some CO years ago. It was turnpikes of the county, and in such a guests of the St Asaph yesterday. court in r'JoO bond, which he failed to Handsome line of night give. Ho is originally from Tennessee then thought that a bath in its water comparison we (eel that we have little to Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Mns. N A. Tyhkh left Saturday inBpett Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' son, Man-le- and there are some grounds for believing would remove freckles, blotches and the fear. Its charter any one may for Clinton, Tenn , to see her The road paid to its stockholders this I like and would make the Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. who is very ill with typhoid fever that he Is wanted in that State. plexioned woman rosy and beautiful. year a dividend of S per cent. The counMiss Ibaiiilla Bailey went home with Respectfully, Goino to Improve. Miss Carrie Por- The women for miles around ahowtd ty received $400. her cousins, the Miwes Wlngate, and is John F. Cash. ter is preparing to have thu brick house their belief in its (liicacy by coming in now their gumt in Woodford county. on Lancaster street in which she lives groups and bathing, some of them severHarry Gilmore'a handsome brick Mrs. W. F Gowns, of Romorsot, spent it with a al times daily. This was kept up for dwelling at Bosque Bonita stock farm, s torn down and will replace several days with Mrs. Elizabeth handsome cottago. The present building several years and the improvement in the former residence of Gen. Abe Buford, and went to Crab Orchard Friday. is one of the oldest in Stanford and its some of them is said to have been very the noted turfman, was destroyed by fire Oait. U. N Kolleu has presented his absence will change the appearance of noticeable indeed. and the family narrowly escaped with wife with a fine horse and plmton.which that portion of town in which it is loca lives. Loss f 15 000. will greatly enjoy if it pver stops ted. sho Pat Cain, who has just been pardon- theirArticles of impeachment have been BYraining. ed by Gov Bradley, was here Saturday Some of the newspapers are trying to filed by the general council of Louisville visMrs. J. S. Owsley, Jh., who was on a visit to his brother-in-laJ. B. iting her parenta at Franklin, came up win sympathy and voles lor Bryan by Green, and called in to see us to correct against the board of public safety for Sunday night to be present at the funer- publishing that he only pays taxes on a the statement made by this paper that having "sufiered, permitted and encouraged gambling houses and houses of few hundred dollars and is therefore a al of Mr. lackey. he wan twice convicted of the murder of prostitution" within that city, with havWo very poor man, as ti it is any crodlt to a. Miss Ella WmniiT began another term Marshal Silcox. At the first trial theie ing wrongfully used money appropriated man to be poor The man who has had paof school at Kreiger yesterday. The was a hung jury , instead of a conviction, one year to pay expenses incurred in (Mir chance in life and is worth nothing oftrons are satisfied that she is the beht a as we were informed. Speaking nf Cain another, and with divers other minor fences. by the time he is 'M will likely never he Iibvo had in years. teacher they And Funeral Director. reminds us that his pardon was procured George F. Andkw.os, of Danville, was worth anything, and is not the kind of a on the petition of 11 of the jurors who NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, made general manager of the Altamont man that should be held up for emula- heard the case and many others converHorse Blankets, Whips, &c. ol tion. Given n strong constitution and and Manchester railroad, at the death sant with the facte. Judge Sautley Room opposite Court-Hous- e lighting chauco in life we regard it as a Square, Stanford, Ky. Capt. Crooke. Advocate XTOEX. & hhjh that the facta presented did not SiNKhati movod his ollice dlfgrace to he poor Mu. A. 0. show the bad caso that ho had heard it COAL, from his lumber yard to the Commercial -The J. II. Hwope, who has jnst given was and that it waa of that nature of uero ho 1,313 Near Railroad Croisinc, Eait of Depot, Hotel building on Main etreH, acres of laud to Kansna City for a canes in which jurors usually acquit. STANFORD, KY. 9 will be more convenient to his customers. park, whh born here in a honeu that stood and children, on Corn anil Hay taken New Dresb. The Intehior Joprnal i.ood, Clean, Cheap Mrs. W. K. Manikh the lot now occupied by the Christian In exchange. Come and ice us. Will, Owsley and Mary Linda and Mita church. Ho drifted West and 10 odd has bought itself a new suit of clotliem Maggie Owsley arrrived from Nashville years ago located nt Kansas City, where which it will don as soon as it can be night and are at Hon. J. S Owsley, he has nmaterd n fortune of over two made to order by Barnhurt Bro. it SpinSr'e. millions. He never married and there is dler, of Chicago. It will therefore soon Mrs. W. 0. Whekihtt arrived last some conjecture as to what disposition ho appear in new type from beginning lo I u ill at ftie Rueiell Springs, in Husiell county, Is here, and we are making Very Low Prices on end and he printed by gasoline engiue Ky on week from New Orleans and is with her will makn of iiia large estate. Summer Goods. Mrs. James T. Uailey. power, instead of steam, in order to do parents, Mr. and Mr. Swopo put about JCO.OOO in Mid- 8, 1S96, Wo are sorry to learn that Mrs. Whorritt dlesborn during the boom and last week awav with the smoke and dust that the Offer icr sale about Woodford Sun. t.. in w..rv mnr health passed hero to see what had become of old time engine makes. All of our five will be attached to the new one 200 Acres of Land, Including Rus- Mh. F. W. Smith, the clover represenit, but could not be induced to get oil presses and when they are all going, as they will Chal-lie- s, sell .Springs, of the great type foundry of Harn-ha- and see agaiu the scenes of his youth. tative often he if our present rush of job work liroB. A Spindler, Chicago, was here Together with all the Household and Kitchen 6, and 18 Furniture, upon a Saturduy, when this ollice added Boveral Sheriff Newland ha already had the continues, our operating rooms will pre. equal installments. credit otsale u to settle month), tho esThis if hundred dollars worth of material to it tickete of admission to the Alcorn hang- Bent a lively appearance. Come in and tate of A. M. anthill, deed. H 11 PUNIUR, g ing printed. He Ib allowed to let 50 per- aeo us work, and you will then know why Mh. ThomabMillkh Owslky, of Master Com'r Russell Circuit Couit. people for sons see the execution, The Bcatiold you can't keep a laboring man down. Green, is on a visit to his the first time since he located at the cap- will be built in an enclosure !'' feet high, Horrihlk. Tho headless bodies of a ital of Warren, where ho has established tho East end of the circuit clerk's ollice In his profession and in tho good forming one of the four Bides. The con- man and woman were found on the hlniBelf demned boy is getting as fat as a pig and Southern railroad near Salylsa, indicagraces ol tho citizSns. HegiBtor Ib in even better spirits than when he ting that they had laid down on tho track Tnisia the way tho Richmond jollies our poet laureate: Mr. Will was convicted. He still insists that he is for the deliberate pur; ose of having a Come and trade with us. We will save you money. Shanks, Stanford's rising young poet and ready and willing to die and seems to train run over them and ending their WILL CURE his hundreds of Lincoln coun- have no feara oither of being hung or lives. The man's head was severed from known to meeting hia Maker. The hour of the tho mouth up, and the woman's diagon- Scrofula, Salt Rheum, ty admirers aa the "Totn Moore, of execution haB not been made known ally across the akull. The man's foot Creek," was here visiting friends. Sores, Boils, Pustules, and will not be, but it will moro than waa cut oil'. He wore blue corduroy Eczema, Tetter, VICliuTY. probably occur about noon. Only 17 trousers, and ahe a satin skirl, yel'iw CITY ASP and all diseases of the blood and days now intervene before the fatal waist and turban hat. On the body of - Makes You Well. Nbw chain braceleta at Danks'. & time. Ithe man was an 1. O. 0. F. pin and in memorandum book in a pocket Indigestion, constipation and dysDanka, the jewel- Wears Diamonds. Dr. Granville a We fit spectacles. er. n Goldstein, the optician of was found several cash fare railroad repepsia, kidney and liver disease open the Louisville, who has been here Beveral ceipts from the L. & N. system, a yield to its curative powers and Field's Minstrels will Al and a church letter from the Unidays, wears diamonds galore. In fact he season at Lexington, Aug. 14. when cured it rivala Charles L. Davis, the Alvin Jos-li- n ted BaptUt church at Laurel river, showattachtST Keeps You Well. Stork uoubk with living rooms of the stage, in tho ownership of ing "Joseph Hopper" to be in good depot, for rent. Apply to Noel precious gems. IHb three largest dia- standing and full fellowship, signed by ed, near Sold in Lincoln county by & Son. monds are worn in his shirt bosom, an- W. U. Brewner, Moderator, and R. F. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. food, beat other handsome solitaire adorns ono of Johnson, clerk. Another slip of paper Maoio stock and chicken " Penny's Drug Store, Craig & hia fingers, a'JJ carat, as white aa anow, on tho man was the address of "Mr. ,i i,mmPHt on tho market. e-T- flS " Craig & Hocker, Berg, (fireman) Rowland." In ia set in his watch charm and each of his William Hocker. , , were numeroua accounts with W. C. Wolford, Uustonville. buttons has four valuable atonea in the book p.,p.-- A. A.CrutchQeld will give a cull A little Bcarf pin he F. B. Twidwell, carolessly sticks different people, one indicating that Hopgood it. picnic at Halla Gap, Aug. 1, when in the lapel of his coat contains three lit- per had been in the employ of one John J. A. Hammond, Hubble. everything speaking, good eating and Tanner Bros., McKinney. tle geme, while in hia watch and serpent Moran, who had paid him $23.10 June 1, Is Receiving his- else good win no enjoyou. ring are eight bcautiea. The average A coroner's jury found that the couple J. F. Alstott, Powers. Buperatltloua' will find further man would get robbed If ho wore hia had committed suicide, but some strongBeazley & Son, Crab Orchard. Tk M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. belief when It Is told that jewelry so conspiciously and carelessly, ly suspect foul play. proof of their A dispatch from London Bays that the but the doctor ia not an ordinary man Bat down at the dinner In Yours for Health, 13 peraons birth- by a long shot and be has never been woman with Hopper waa probably bis of Mr. W. M. Lackey 'b 60th Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. James T. Cooke, two have "touched" but once during the 20 years niece, Lottie Johnson, and not his wife, day laat Novembej and that Give him a Call. Harrodsburg, Ky. waa a widower. traveled. he has aa thought. He since died. Shirt wfllatseU, belts and buckles Danks. lo oeMI-WEL- iNTERIOk JoUiiltE close at cost. )222S2205)2 3 ? -- CASH BASiS AT PKNNrSl DRUG oilyMm. flret-cla- sa ft 1 1 &!'5202ite'5ii)i2 PENNY, Ex'or. CASHSXS5Xi)Si)3 , A FEW WORDS TO OUR FRIENDS f a, Adopt the Cash System, safe-keepin- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. FARRIS & HARDIN, great-grandfathe- r, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. y, sallow-com-- Prices to Suit The, Times. UNDERTAKING -- Hig-gin- jr. c. BPCXAinr -- 9 Practical Trimmer, Smbalmer him-Se- lf DEALERS SOIT, IN p - - lt ITotioe Sale of Land , CLEANING-U- P TIME Saturday, August rt How-lin- Cooke's Lawns, Calicoes, Domestics, Light Dress Goods, Piques, Oxfords, Ladies' Vests, Shirt Waists, all at Sarsaparilla STARTLING REDUCTIONS. Lo-gan- 'B Ladies' Vests,3 forlOo SEVERANCE SON. well-know- comb-hold- er H. C. RUPLEY, , MERSHAHT TAILOR -- cele-bratio- n SPBIN(B ANB SUMMER aSi " "- - ..TUTiiiiri .i-iT- ni. ' I M J. B. THOMPSON, Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrmi - TRADE ITEMS. EXCURSION TO OLD POINT FORT. The Whltloy county fair will be held Sept. 2-- 4. I ARM AND COM- - RESIDENCE FOR SALE. store-ho- I ' s ' if ! R H t ! subbe young and cheap. Apply to W. P. I Walton. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. George S. Sholby bought several I am back from tht cities with everything that GARLAND Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 bunches ol hogs In and round Stanford Is new and pretty in the Millinery line. A visit m., and 9:20 p. m. Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools to my store will convince you that this stock Is p. m., returning at s:3Pat 24 to 3c. or Lincoln County, subject to the action of the the moit complete. democratic party. New York baa a black pacer named Klcgant lin. Linens and Embroidery Material. LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. MISS LICCIK BF.AZLEY, W. 0. Bradley, which promises to bo a - 37P m Stanford, Ky No. M. Train going North.., S. 313am hard one to beat. . ........13 04 p m south., & The Columbia Fair, H. H. Hudson, Is a candidate for Astestor of Lincoln county, A. S. ....... 03 p m " " : No. s, subject to the action of the democratic party. president, and M. Cravens, secretary, will QUEEN &CRESCENT. Surgeon be held Aug. IIOLDAItl Dentist, Trains pass Junction City at followi: G. & 0. P. Cecil's Lottie Loraino won No. t South U.07 p ra No. 1 North ...3.4a p m the Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, pace at Joilet, 111., and re' 4 " ...1.00 pm " t 11.09 am subject to the action of the democratic party Ky. 6 " ...3.15 am duced her record to 2:09 j. 5 it 3s pam '" 10 " ...6 mm 8 33 m f 9 Favorites won all of the five races at Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley SAMUEL M. Notr. No. 4 and j and o and 10 run no fur- Building. her than Junction City All traint stop there. Milwaukee and It is estimated that the Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sublost 150,000. ject to the action of the democratic party. We are paying the highest price for No. 1, good wheat. See us before you II. Dtsirable Suburban Home, Containing- Ten eell. R. R. NoeKt Son. Acre, of Land, For Hale. Has on it a good, comIs a candidate (or Sheriff 0! Lincoln County, subfortable Dwelling of bis Rooms, and all necessary ject to the aittois of the democratic party. our A. C. Dunn sold to Wm. Moreland outbuildings On. yard hydrant and one for wasupport is earnestly solicit. J 91 ewes at $2 90 and to G. A. Swlnebroad terlog stock, also a splendid, never falling well, ror further particulars apply to heifers at 2Jc. a lot of 750-JAS. I BAILEY. McCORMACK J btanfoid, Ky. Jauiee Swope bought in the West Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, End of Lincoln and Boyle county a subject to the action of th. democratic party. bunch of extra good heifers and steers at tern Pumps and Galvanired Iron Killers, Ualvan-Ue- Your support ts parneslly solicited. and Black Iron Roofing uf all kinds, si tl 21 to 3c. QUEEN AND CRESCENT. 211. I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,s Ed Corrigan, the noted Low rates will be made for round trip Ice regularly every morning, Price was cut in the arm by a Negro man, Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, Queen & Orescent Route, subject to the action uf the democratic party. stable hand at Latonia and narrowly es- tickets via the 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. for the following occasions: caped being killed. An y amonnt between 10 and loo lbs Platuburg, N. Y., Catholic Summer EMBRY All b Ills must positively bs paid the tint Wood & Lynn sold to Wm. More-lan- d School, July 5 to Sept. 1. K BKEMEK. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. m nth S3 ewee at $2.90 per head, and to subject to the action ct the democratic party, and Detroit, Mich., Ancient Order HiberMarsh Coffey and John Bingamin a lot President. earnsstly asks your support. William Shelton, nians, July of same at same price. SHELBY & SHELBY, Milwaukee, Wis., B. Y. P. U. Meeting Absolutely Puro.l Bronaugh A Herrin, of the East End, Primary, Preparatory, Academic aud Collegilost about $1,750 on the cattle and hogs July of Q. & O. to Latonla, 1 J fare for round ate Courses Mudy. cream of tartar baking pow- they slopped at W. H, Traylor's and J. A Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. Duddcrar's And trip from Somerset and other points The Scholastic Yeor for 1896-- 7 will open Mon- ple ol see the new Hats al MisNew Legon. Temnew der. Highest of all in leavening W. James' distilleries. Fashion this week day, ept 7, and continue forty weeks. Panamis. ad the new Persian etfecls in Flowers City, North. -Kontuckv. strength. Latest United States GovThomaa Webb, of West Mercer, i Before deciding to what school you will send and Ribbons Handsome foods but Low Prices Dress tl latest it vie and your daughters, be sure to seud for our TV" notice. making done inD. eDlDDhKAK, on short ernment Report. bought COO lambs at prices ranging from THE COMING OF BABY Turnouts, Prompt Attention, V.ry M OntuloniU. Address Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage It MRS. KATK DL DDKRAR. When MRb. NANNIE S SAl'FLF.Y, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 3$ to 4 cents and shipped them to Cin- comes. a baby comes to the house realtorhappiness resprctfully solicited. it am. uothiug The care ani anxiety count Lady Principal tf cinnati Thursday. Sayings. against the clinging touch of the little hands and New York. voice. Bailey & Drye'a pacing the eound of the little beings is The highest funcTHK HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, bringing healthy tion given to human mare is still doing good work and if her happy children into the world. Over thirty years ago the needs of women appealed to Dr. Pierce, ON IMPROVED KAUMS GRAND EXCURSION TO NIACARA FALLS. owners don't realize a bonanza out of now chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Bufialo, N. Y. her this year it will surprise many. In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent , semi an It Agent for The ItlG FOUR ROUTE. The result of hit study, improved by thirty years nual interest; no commlsilon charged. Address Pieice's Junction City, Ky. The Paris News says that Simon of practice, is embodied in Drpurifies andFavorite (KO W. DAVY. Knom 17, Ktajea Building, New makes It strengthens, Prescription. .ouisvtlle. Kv. Per blank applications and far Co. On Wednesday, ."July 22d, the Big Weibl bought there 50 It gives cat- healthy the organs distinctly feminine ther Information, inquire ol j N. Saunders, AtVour Route will run a popular escursion to Niagaweak women the strength and health necessary And The torney, Stanford, Ky. ra Fall and leturn, with side trip to Toronto. The tle at 3 and a premium of f 25. Lehman for the production 01 healthy children, anj It New Management, makes It rate tor the rcund trip from Cincinnati will be Bros, bought 85 d ones at 4c. sure to the bearing of those children easy. pecu-is cure any weakness or derangement Aotna Accident $10.00; Dayton, $9 00; Springfield, $8.50; Extensive Improvements, corresponding rates from intermediate women; s'ops pain, soothes inflammation, liar to ! The Advocate says that G. W. Lane strengthens, purifies, invigorates Company. stations. The rate to Toronto is enly $ 1.0c more Excellent Appointments. & Co., near Junction Oitv, have S00 than rate to Niagara Falls. Biwt and Most Kavorable Terms el Isiunose. All persons desiring Locust Pasts for plank peach trees in bearing and they can not fence, post and railing or Bucklln's Arnica Salvo iie fence, can hud J W. McGlNNIS. J. W. COOK what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on The mod accessible Summer Resort in Kenbest salve in the world for cuts, bru is tucky The greatest diversity of Mineral Waters the plkn leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford la charge paiut shop: In charge trimming shop. gather them as fast as they can sell at The ulcers, sores, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapon naad a good supply 01 plant, 51.60 a bushel. Nilpliur, alto keep ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. lo be found any when.. White Magnesia, Black for fencing. always building pur- ol lumber All halt, W. L. Evans' THOMAS Y. saddle mare Jit positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Hops every Friday (ses. also boardskinds slilnjlei for prrsuas deAll luarantccd to give pert.ct satisfaction or money Alum, Ac, in an abundance.orchestra. Write for siring any artklt andthis kind can call on me at of rarmV. contains sol acres In WtiMngion will be a hard one to down at the Fairs refunded. Price 5 cents per box. For sale ly night. Music by splendid DANVILLE, KY , couo'y, Ky the greater psrt of which Is In gran: Circular and Analysis of waters Table first mi- .l...e near Cedar Creek W MMjLKThS ell witered with good improvements, this year. Bailey fc Drye have her in W. 11. Mc Roberts druggist. jJtf June 16, Class inelssd- Builder and Dealer in All Kinds the pink of perfection. They will open Vf ; ra14 "" "hmccii I'srn ur le acre r.p. B. OWENS & SON, Is siUate-- l Inis farm J. what is pronounced the It May Do as Much for You of Carriages. jC their seaeon at Danville next week. Junction City, Ky Co., wi uiiirii in rveniucKy lor Whit. Hurler To- Mr Fred Miller ol Irving. III. writes that he tacco. (.omlortaM. residence h.uie. Work dane nod warrant' Repairing a Specialty. Lyte Hudson baa taken another gov had a Seere Kidney trouble for many jears, ed to give satisfaction. All work done when . Farm No his back and also thai his contains IM Af r.k in with severe U..I.U A G Larham. All accounts due whet work with buck dwelling ernment contract to furnish 50 cavalry bladder was pains in He tried many so called John B Casl'ciran affected. Larce stock Ky. Eromised. Vour patronage solicited. sd tcU..JA 00 biros Unc of the best improved farn.s in th. Kidnea cure but without any good result. About horses and will buy them at once. J. C. a ear neo he oegan use 01 meciric timers ana county All kinds of Carriage, Buggy aad Wagon MakJohnson has bought a great many Iambs found relief at once Electric Bitters is especially .ftlrles WorkeJ over Both farms are la fine stste of lireseivalton, well ing and Repairing dun. adaptvl to euro of all Kidney and Liver troubles Kinley has charge watered nsd fenced. Ctutete R It. dr ei, schools, and made good as new. A lately at 3 to 4 cents. Danvillo Advo- and often gives almost instant relief One trial el the painting department and guarantees his market and en a fin Urapike. will prove our statement. I'rice only joe. tor a specialty ant lor casheu work cate. rui luiuimiiKiu apply I. arge bottles At W. B. Mc Roberts' Drug Store. INSURANCE COMPANY ly Accounts due 1st of cich month SAUNDERS. J F. BARKER, Proprietor, W. W. P. is the name of a horse thBt MKKSHON, J Stanford, Ky. j II GlthKK. is coming to the front as a pacer. Tho Ideal Panacea. He - 8 6 A. II K1NLKY OK LIVERPOOL. James L, Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I lowered the track record at Detroit to regard Dr King's New Discovery as au ideal Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. NATIONAL BANK 2:05 Saturday. His owner made a panacea for coughs, colds and lung complaints, having used it in my family for the last five years mistake in not putting the "P." between to the exclusion of physicians' prescriptions or Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large OF STANFORD, KY. B&RBEE Rev John liurgcsi, Keoother preparations." end Commodious Sample Rooms. the "W's." in hia name. F. U. RILEY. Proprlotor, kuk, Iowa, writes' "1 have been a minister or Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. MANAGERS, The early peaches in this locality the Methodist Episcopal church tor 50 years of 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. Kontucky. Capital Stock London. - found anything so more ripened so rapidly and were so plentiful cial orand have never such speedy relief benefi. as I)r that gave me Commerce Building, Louisville. DOC DRYK CARROLL DULEY. Surplus that they were sold at as low as 25 centa King's New Discovery.'' TryW.this ideal cough B McKoben's have moved 10 my new Hotel and am betlti bottles free at Agents Throughout the South per bushel. This wao followed last week remedy. Trial than aver to accommodate th. public ug store. All. ntion of th. public Is invited to Ike far ood Livery attached and .very conveaicac dt by a small supply and prices went up to that this it th only National Rank in Stanford nr.d, Give m. a call. was taken in Mrs. Ilhodle Proprietors Under the provisions of the National Bank TKANK RILKY, and SI. 50 per bushel. Louisville the night with Noah, of this place, the next day 77 II cramping pains, and are secured not only by th. capital diarrhoea set in. She took a half bottle cl blackHome Journal. stock, but by the stockholders1 liability tor aa LOCAl AGENT, but got no reliel. She then sent to berry cordial, amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol Judge Walker Mason, secretary of rue to see if I had anything that would help her. this Institution at s.cur.d by a fund of 1400,000, Kkntlcky. STANFORD, KY of Chstuberlaln'a Colic, CholeI Hv. .worn statements of thecoodition of the Whitley County Fair Association, rasent her a bottle Remedy and the first done re- Stanford, Lank and Diarrhoea 37tf are mad. each ycarto the United States th. gov.ro-weHones handled under Saddle and in Harness, has our thanks for a complimentary lieved her. Another of our neighbors had been to and lis assets are esamined at stated times roadsters and and prepared tor sale. sick for about a week and bad tried different remby government agents, thus secunng addiliioaa saddlers bought and sold on commission Good its exhibition Sept. 2 to 4, inclusive. edies for diarrhoea, but kept celtinc worse. I rent and perfect safety to depositors. hall mile track and best stables in the country. 8 The judge, who is a judge of Only four doits were rehlui this same remedy m oriLnntllv such mat- quired to euro turn, lie sayshe owe his recovery u.toiii in 01 aisnuru in IBII. tnrn ters, says h!B will be the biggest fair in to this wonderful remedy Mrs. Mary Sibley, is.d as the Nations' Bank of S'inford in 1&61 aed Sidney, Mich. again reorganised as the hirst National Bank ol NOW OPEN. the mountains. Stanlord in livSt, hat had practically an uninterFor sale by Craig A Hocker, S.anford, Ky rupted esistenceof t years It Is better supplied n vvurkmau of Ii' Russell, Coleman A Co. shipped 5C0 now with facilities for transacting business prompt lambs to Cincinnati thiB week. They PkkskntEnoi;kmi:nts Givh Prom- ly and liberally than ever before in its leng aud Last summer one of.oor grand chi'dren was sick X4YEAKS a severu bowel trouble. Our doctor's remeUUui., 1.1111 nuuuniiei corporations, fidu- Kentucky. were bought at 3J and 4 cents. Georpe withhad failed, then we tried Chanberlaln's Colic, ciaries, firms and Individuals t.ipectfutly salic- dies ise or Lakgi.st Attkn- Crab Orchard, Handy's wheat weighed over 01 pounds Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedv, whiih gave very Th Directory of this Hank it composed ol speedy relief We regard It aa the best medicine IiANCK I'OK YlCAKS. Wishes to thank his friends and neighbors for to the bushel from the thresher nnd will ever put on the market lor bowel complaints. Forestua lipid, LibcoIii county; Odorles3 Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Mrs. K 0 Gregory, Fredcrickstown, Mo I'hit their patronage and respectfully aiks to be re- average 20 bushels to the acre. S. T. Hams, Libcous; membered in the future. Mr Granville Haley certainly is the best medicine ever, put on the Water Pipes, Porwill be found reidy to serve you at any time. A Democrat. market lei dysentery, summer complaint, colic New Chefs. J. 11. Colli , Lmcom, Kiltie New Ideas, line of Caskets, Coffins, Robes, Ax , to and cholera infantum In children. It never fstl. "up-to-date- fabllatiod Every Tuesday and Friday D. W. Vantleveer'a Misa Emma ran AT IN- .AJ3VJVNOEJ eecond again at Latonla last week. 83 PER YKAH Wanted, a good, gentle horse. MiiBt not so paid 813.60 will be chrRd. 1 4-- 7. free-for-- all book-make- rs pOYAl the ChesaA goed Residence House in Stanford, with peake k Ohio Railway Company will store. house on samilot. for sale. Th. Int rnntitm H acre, and can t easily divided, putting run its annual excursion to Old Point nd residence on separate lota. At reason Comfort, Va. The excursion will leave able price and Ctl eaar t.rmi. Annlv ta J N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. Lexington, Ky., at 4:30 r. M. on a special veatibuled train, and arrives at Old Point "W. No Comfort at 3 p. M. next afternoon. other excursion affords aa much pleasAttornoy Law, ure and enjoymont as atrip to Old Point. - The Hygeia Hotel and ita management and appointments, as a Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court stopping place; ita table second to none House. Collections receive especial attention. 83 on the Atlantic coast; the invigorating' a plunge in the surf, the magnificent ilehine and sailing make Old Point a most desirable place to go. Tbo ' ride from Lexiugtou is an enjoyable feature. After.a comfortable night on I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will keep a supply kinds of Coal, get such the cara, breakfast is taken at Clifton as you want at of alllowest possible so youfor Cash, the prices Forge in the creat of the Allegheny II. IHGGlN.S.Mantotd, Ky. J mountains. The ride then continues over mountain and through valley, past Richmond and Williamsburg, reaching Old Point in time for an afternoon surf & bath. All of these pleasures for only $12. Round tripjtickets good until AuKy. gust 3lst, 1S96 Write for any informa- Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Root " Paint. Estimates furnished for painting Wood, ion desired. Metal and Iron Roofs. Satisfaction guaranteed. G. W. Barnry, D. P. A., AH roots painted with Dean'a Black Diamond Lexington, Ky. Paint guaranteed for years. Dealsrs in best Cis- On Tuesday, August lltb, Ii a candidate (or Congress In this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. ESTIR.A.-X"- . Jf SAM W. MENEFJ3E Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic party. A mouse colored mare mule came to my place ten days ago. The owner ran get her by paying for her keep and this adaertisement. July 5. 9. U. D. BRIGHT. 37t " Stanford, S. BTJECH, at TO THU laABrSS SINGLETON GREEN Kentucky. I I FRANK j COAL ! J. T. JONES, Stanford, PRICE, J. F. Stanford, OWENS l FOR SAXiX. Tin Sheet Iron Works, JAMES GENTRY - EMMETT d race-hor- se STANFORD - F. ELKIN 1COJE. Female College. JOE T. POWDER 14-2- 1. 1G-1- 9. Como One, Corns All. Props. Livery, Feed nnd Sale Stable. Junction First-Class m Linnietta Springs, MONEY To LOAN m. w. jomrsoiff, Insurance 1,140-poun- d York UJc Ins. 1 1 1,450-poun- Colum-t)us(Si.o- 3STOTICE I SHAW, Two Farms For Sale. 1 - St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, V 11 g 111 1 BARKER HOUSE, Hori.-ahcein- 11 Somerset, Kentucky. C3STLEHM. THE RILEY HOUSE FIRST 8100.000 BAILED & DRYE, 1 23,700 -- Training and Sale Stable First-clas- W. A. TBrlBBKE, s J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE CRAB ORCHARD STRINGS nt 1 1. i H Hur-rodeb- urg nice se-l- from always on hand. 123m XHR. W. B. FEITOT'S". tCzJGfcmmT'SZs'J Oentist, Office on : Stanford, : Ky. Lancaster Street, at Residence. J. : T. : STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, KUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the people of West LinFull stock of Collins coln and Casey Counties. and Caskets always on hand. D.ti. Carpenter, Manager. 95 CALL ON' F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Dhpabtubk is Excubsionh, A new departure in excursions will ho mide Saturday, the 25th. ra the shape of a special train to High Bridge from Somerset and all points North. Arriving at High Bridge, the excursionists will find the handsome steamer BurnBide in waiting to make a six hour run down the famous liver to Frankfort, where a stop will be made until evening to per mit the excursionists to visit the State House, Penitentiary, etc. The excursionists will he hrougb: home in the early evening via the Kentucky Midland Railway and the Q. & O. route. The rate i only $2 covering the whole round trip, boat ride and trains, from points Somerset and Junction City. From points between Junction City and Bur-gi- n the rate is $1.50. See bills and ask agents for particulars. W. O. RtxBAnsos, G. P. A , Cincinna A -- New he-twe- tocivo nromnt relief when used In a reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratitude for the cures it has effected. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. celain Bath Tubs Asteclalty NONE WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Gilt edge reference In and out of the State. Ask your Danville friends about my work. WRITE FOR TERMS. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughiuan,! Lincoln; CUS HOFMANN, iitf Proprietor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures eclds, croup and whooping cough It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Htanford Ky. T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. Thomas' Farmers Rank&Trnst Hay Rakes OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully.organiied Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Slauford; M. I). Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, fctanford; K. L. Tanner, McKInney; M. J, Miller, Ml. V.rcon.Ky J. S. ftockir, President; Juo. J. McRoberts.ashler; A, A McKInney, Asit.Cathitr J.S. Co and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - 5200,000. 20,000. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but if you need anything in our line, you can save enough money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice present. Come and see the many things we are offering I NJLT M. S. IlAUcilMaN. 'SlU'eo J. K. VanArsdale- J. W. IlAVnilMAh. -- ti.O. m JP-- L The Middleeboro News, after copying Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents. our article in referenco to Mr. A. A. our isaggage ana Key Checks, Metal Checks of of Somerset, flopping to the silver idl kinds. Badges1, Dog License Checki, Key Lewis, UiDtfJ, Chains, die. Stamping on Metal aud een- - standard, and the possibility of hia beial repairing. Shop over M. D Elmotn's store. coming a candidate for Congress against cjianford, Ky. 56 Mr. Colson, pounces upon him us follows; And now comes a gold standard republican and a red hot supporter of Colson, to wit the Middleeboro News, and ' urges" Mr. Lewis to become a candidate. AlKentucky. ways a little uncertain and treacherous work In every particu- he has at last done what he has heretoGuarantees lar. Prices reisonable. Has had 13 years' fore been too cowardly to do. Ob, yea! 9' 3m by all means let Mr. Lewis become a canI will take all the hides I can get didate. His hide would look well trade for for cash or JtllLilO, Stanford or atin my home leather on alonld of that of the "Crested up in days at coat AT COST.-- 1 W. P. TATE, Stanford. i THE Sbu?o0cU-Jehr,e'yJ ?? M.S.&J.W.Baughman, ?.,v.J' DIOrKIETOHS. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under be same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at lully protected aa ate depositors m NationiJ Banks, Its shareholders being held IndivfduaUi luolc to the .stent ol th amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, la addition to the amount invested In such shares. It as .n.ndmdual.m'mtra,Ur trU,l0e 'C- To thos who entruttsd their buisinets h mnalDK L'ncoln National Banks" "" mC h".? many th.nks all coullnu then bjstnes -- Si.1.!?'!!".1 us, offering a, a guarantee hVjZXL "W UuJ""t F. A. First-Clas- S, A-SsTSK- , , LIVEHV ( PCEI1 BLUK-GRAS- S -- r SAM? ""'""'""'"'"''""""f. -,- -. bkin; a "ct hUraUccZinodaU. aVe" i' at,... Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, s expe-ieae- HERD OF e. fjrnPC 1 My Breeders were selected from tne best of this lamoua breed of swine In several different ages States. A splendid lot cl pigs of ditlprent lor .ale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction Correspondence solicited. Address guaranteed. RED HOGS. herds STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. ss J J. Williams, ML Vernon; S H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Sunlord; S J, Etabry, Stanford; Otten-La'j- o. Jay-hawke- R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky. Crab Orchard, li3LwVMMBt& Chas. Ennslio, Tanner. .l J.B.Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; It you need livery give us a call. Nothing out first-claturnouts will leave our stable. See us William Oooch, Stanford; for rates. lo our A. W.;Carpoter, MIUedKevilL, U"U,Q" "Mel"" ,U' BLACKSMITH SHOP. S. H. Shanks, Pre,ldVa; s work and satifactory Will guarantee Dt. J.'B. Owsley, Chi.r, prices. Tty our horse shoer. ; I W. ft. might, TUer. first-clas- j. . ,es. ..