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LANCASTER. of Garrard can stand tho raiho of 10 cents, made by tho State, as tho county rate, has been reduced '2i cents, making a total of 07J cents on each $100 of taxable pioperty. Jasper Noe, colored, was lodged In jail hero uharged with forging James Hurnsido's name to a check for $10. Tho examining trial is set for Tuesday. Ho lives in tho Hryantsville neighborhood. I erred in stating that John. .Shearer died hero a few days ago after an operation was performed. Death came before the proposed operation was begun. This statement Is duo Drs. Klnnatrd and Grant, as they have been very successful In such cases. Dr. Letcher and Robert Salter, of Danville, wero here Sunday. Mrs. Robert Grinnaii, of Cynthiana, Is vis. king her sister. Mrs. W. N. Hush. Mr. Doibel, of Orrvllle, O., Is tho guest of J. D. Gulley. II. C. Hamilton has gone to Middlesboroou business. Sheriff T. II. Robinson went to Lexington tills week. Mr. S. 11. Harris, Sr., of Lexington, is tho guest of his brother, R. W. Harris. W. A. Arnold has been visiting relatives In Nloholac-villJames I. Hamilton and John M. Farm have returned homo after making a successful tour in tlie interest of the stock fair. Tlie county court has employed Mr. Price, of Danville, to repair the pavee ment mound tho by the stones, which were taken from the Jail when It was repaired. It will cost il wr square yard, or about JHK). The electric light jxdes are bojng put up and In a short time Lancaster can boast of this much needed improvement. Tho gold medal contest was well attended on Friday night, tho receipts amounting to HM. The joung ladies acquitted themselves very creditably and evinced much taste and study by the easy and elegant manner of reci ting. The Judges wore Messrs. Jerry Sullivan, J. Talbott Jackson ami Cab-beH. Clienault, of Richmond, who rendered a unanimous decision in favor of Miss Alberta, the beautiful and gifted daughter of Mr. S. II. Anderson. Her subject was, "Your Mission," and tho delivery was almost faultless. tux-paye- rs o. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. MAY 18. 1897. VICINITY NEWS. Judge S. Golden, judge of Knox, is dead. Gcorgo Wilson, an aged citizen of Casey, is dead. Tho Pineviilo Coal and Coke Company made an assignment. The Madison Fiscal court bought 22 miles of pike and freed it. W. B. Porch has been appointed postmaster at Cumberland Falls, John Paul, a Somerset bartender, died from the effects of an overdose of NO. 23 The METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, V7 Z&u SIDING, A.C.SWEA CEILING, iWtYHwr.&frascKKi ukm xr i mwnnuirAf.f mmMWmWW myfjyio tty, &J. ffs l ' ' ""HT Jrf --- morphine. . ZJZ7 FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. NgSasfiX veeoy STANFORD, KY. A oi v oVd - I MIM.AKD P. NORTH, Nominee for Representative, Is In ery wny worthy ( the honor. He Is it time tried it ml tlrotosted deinoorat.who works well at the wheel an In the load. He ic a good spcakor and will be able to hold his own with any man the rads can put out. Mr. North Is ducidedly a nan of family, with nine children at la l account. ev- monu, nas gone to tlie wan. onOROK Ii. COOPnit, assignee. Nominee for county clerk, has filled Powers was cno.-o-n i the office with great credit, and was only defeated by six votes for In 1301, because of too great confidence. He is a Simon pure democrat and an exceedingly deserving man with a largo family. r& 1'I.OV i ...l.n.. 1YU1IU ntueoaugiiterol Muriraret sayior, county, was urowneu in a creeK lien... lib ..i The Richmond Drug Co., of Rlch- - pill. Will Convince Yon That wo are the Leaders and w. r. Promoters of Style A The Legislature, The House refused after a big row to reduce the lunatic per capita from $b"0 i POLITICS K.vSonator Richard Coke, of Texas, is dead. Senator Do1ko ha indorsed 1C. .1. Ilniupton for revenue agent forTunw"-ho- e and Kentucky. Hon. J. C. Huukliatn, of Shelby vllle, Kentuci a candidate for judge of tlie ky court of apponli bench. John H. Myers got the Covington M)tolilce, and It U said that he and .Senator IUhhmi will divide the salary. Tlie democratic city and county ex- wiMy S Strong Argument J Our line of toJUCi. The House killed the resolution appropriating $11,000 to pay the Mason-Foar- d Company, the judgment secured ' In the court of apiieals against the court-hous- ecutive committee at loulsvllle. has decided to ntM)- tho candidates JJ..VJ0 for primary jiurpoio. , Stephen 15. Mallory, of was elected l S. Senator from Florida on the 20th ballot. Ho was a Confederate noldler and has served two terms l'on-mcola- in C'ongrom. Mr. Charles D.Jacob will Ihj a candidate for mayor of Louisville. Ho has just returned from a crul-- o on the 20 pounds heavier und his health much Improved. Adjt. (.on. D.ui. Collier had another long Interview with Senator Deboo tills afternoon, but could get nowitlsfaction. He was Informed that Harnett was certain to bo surveyor of the port. Washington Dispatch. Jerry Simpson, of Kansas, having been denied permission to speak In the House, npiieulud to Tyruut Heed to be informed 'where am l at." Tho sar castic speaker replied that he had been unable to tlnd anybody who knew. Tno Shoe and Leather Reporter, which is regarded as excellent authority in all mutters pertaining to the leather trude, says tho tax oMJ cents a H)iuulon hides Is equal to about SO per cent, of their value and will Increase the price of the manufactures of leather 121 cents and destroy tho export trade, which now exceeds $:tl),0)0,000 a Pa-tnll- c, It is stated uKn good authority that year. Just think about It ! In our county a nomine the republican ticket. lican to the core and principles, but when it An for coroner on Wo are repub- beliuve in its ooinoo to voting for such a inun we had rather winter our vote. Do as you please, but if yiu uro a good clti.'jn and desire to see good men in olllco yon will never stain a stencil for tills mun.Harbouriillo News. In a speech at Philadelphia General John Waiiaumker, after commenting on tho failure of promised . prosperity that MeKlnley's election would bring, said: Tho tide will soon cot In strongly against tho republican party unless depression of busiIdleness and want ness Is altered. breed a bitter discontent which will never bo overcome until there are ample employments. Tho foes America has to fear are not the sullen, savage Turks nor tho Insurrectionists of Cuba, nor tho territory grasping British, but people, they are our patient, heart-tire- d Buffering, much promised our own betrayed and disheartened, no longer have faith in their party, and will turn to any leadership that offers promise of better times, believing that worse times can never come than thoso now existing. It Is a terrible thing to observe public sentiment adrift and and tho people sweeping away from their affection to the old party. peo-ple.wh- o, Christian Moerletn, founder and president of tho great browing concern n bearing his numo, and ono of tho died Friday men of Cincinnati, morning, aged 70. Ho began life as u helper In a blacksmith shop In Germany and when he landed in this country best-know- ho had only $12. Ho died a multi-mil-lionalr- e. Justus Hotsch, of Newport, pleaded guilty to tho churgo Sentence was susof embozzlement. 1 to allow Hotsoh to pended until Dec. mako a pica for clemency. refj&f' ", J fc appointed to do otherwise. His democracy is unquestioned and his Tho House passed bills to raise the faithfulness is proverbial. Ho was on n amount upon which appeals can be ta- - he wrong side of the war to get a to the highest court from $100 to sion. but ho has made out without it ' $200 and requiring fiscal courts to up - and raised a large and worthy family M)int some other person than the slier- - of children besides iff to collect taxes on lists that have Pictures of the other nominees will been returned delinquent. appear as fast as they are made. The bill which was passed by the Allle Travis, aged 12, was fatally Senate, glvlngctrcult judges authority to appoint official stenographers In ev- stubbed by his brother, two years his ery county, without affixing any com senior, in Anderson county. The inconsistency subsisting between pcnsntlon, was passed by the House 42 Marshall Gregory at Crawford, Lauthe prices of raw material and articles to 21. The stenographers are to receive rel county, and J. W. Pelly at Dunn- of trade produced from it has puz.led their compensation from litigants for ville, Casey county, get the the mathematicians in this section. whom they may transcribe testimony The Lilcrty Tribune says that $2 per Please ask John Height to answer the in court trials. It merely makes their pound is the ruling price for genseng ' following quustlons: Why does a cigar rejwrts official. and that the woods are full of diggeis. cost tho same, no difference what toTho efforts of the republicans and j R P. Clapp, a Boston man, bought bacco is worth? Why does a drink of the boltocrata In tlie Senate at Frank- - .'50,000 acres of mineral land near Mid-fowhisky cost 10 cents when corn Is worth y to puss the fusion bill caused a'dlesboro for 312.j,000. It Is on the $1.50 jwr barrel, and tho same price scene in that body. Lieutenant nessee side. when corn is o0 vents? Why does a loaf Governor Worthlngton, on the failuro W. B. Patterson has been apxlnted of bread cost ft cents when wheat is $1 of the democrats to vote, counted a postmaster at Columbia, Janle Creech at per bushel, and the same, when It is quorum. The democrats under the lead MeWhorter, Laurel county, and Perry only i0 ccntt,? And, linally and most of Senators Brouston and Goebel, vlg- - Cole at Pittsburg, particularly, why does a iound of beef orously resisted the gag rule proceed-- j Capt. W. E. Grubbs, of Shelby City, steak cost 10 cents, when cattle are lugs and as usual carried off tlie lion- - father of Prof. E. L. Grubbs, has worth 0 cents, and tho same price when nounced his candidacy for magistrate cattle are worth L'J cents? on the "free pike" ticket. Now that Judge Sauliey and ComMt. Xknia. The Endeavorer Socle-- , Tlie Madison fiscal court has appro-t- y here, which meets at .'WO every Sun- - ,,ri.Ued Si.OOO to build a turnpike from monwealth's Attorney Owsley have day afternoon and always has a gooil at-- ( nerca to tj,0 fot)l of Scaffold Cane Hill, bebeen nominated for It hooves every democrat to do his part tendance, Is making strong efforts to Rockcastle county, which will be made toward insuring their election. They accomplish great good. Miss Mattlo froo to travel. were candidates for a time, and, no op- Bosley is president and Miss Minnlo A Danville Negro, Pop Garnett, n of stnu,k Garnett Thompson, son of the position developing they are, by every Myers, secretary. principle of right and justice, entitled all good people is solicited and every- on tlie head with a to a full party vote. Their official con- body should help a good thing along by i,ottie aml tho vovon went out that ho duct in the past is an open book and de- meeting regularly with those good peo- - n!ul unicd him, but it was a mistake, serves no comment to cause It to meet pie. Messrs. Jack Beazley, Ben Hat- - no is not much hurt. with public approval. They have guardim aim outers wero made Honorary Tho biin!f at Danville has sent to the ed tho interests of society ably and members Sunday afternoon. Tho so" sub treasurer four United States green-eiet- y anticipates giving a siipiwr, but i)!lcus for examination iu to their fjarlossly. A more opjwrtuno time e not decided upon the date, will never bo presented for the burial 'nineties, says a Cincinnati pape- -. A burglar got into Mr. A. C. Car- - Threo woro of all party differences and a happy rebills of the Issue union around tlie old comp tires'. A man's houso tho other night and into 0f March 10, ISftt, add ono a Mr. C. bill issued July, 1SB3. These bills wero nomination in any well organised par- the room where his C. Sink, and wife wero sleeping. Tho ty is as binding and as sacred to all the cleverly executed that the bankers members of that party as any contract, thief rattled around the room promts- - n Danville wero afraid to pass going to the wardrobe and ment on them, and sent to Cincinnati compact or agreement in any department of life. Tho act carries with it feeling In tho pocket of Mr. Carman's fol. a decision. When tho gentleman the idea of common consent and per- pantaloons and then fumbling around WJ10 asked to find out if the bills wero sonal obligation, from which there is under the pillows where Mr. and Mrs. good, receives them back, he can use Sink were supped to be sleeping, but them for a solve. Tho government no consistent way of retreat. were awako and heard It all. Un- - Ways cancels all money found not This story is sent from Uurllugton, the robber then left, but It Is nine. M Iowa: A farmer named Branch got not known what he took with hlni. Mr drunk while In town for a coffin for Ills Sink, I inn Informed, bays that physiMATRIMONIAL. son and in going home his wagon turn- cians huvo told him to never yet his ed over and tho coffin and two bottles wife oxclted, and hence for that reason ' Win. Lewis and Miss Sallle Cornett, of embalming lluld were thrown out. he did not arise in his might und blay of Casey, eloped to Tennessee and wero Two tramps happened along and think- the intruder, but I have heard of many married. Mrs. Frazor Collingsworth got a ing the lluld was whisky drank u lot of a fellow being seared to bad he couldn't from her fifth husband at Win it, which resulted in the death of ono move. SHETAW. chester to marry a sixth. and tho loss of tho mind of the other. W- - H. n- - Coxt ot Breathitt county, Near Blossom Texas, an unknown TO THK Noktii. The Queen & Cre- young woman was found in tho woods cent Route has Inaugurated a service aged 81, and Miss Ella Miller, of Poor where sho claimed she had been taken of observation ears on tho famous Blue Fork, Harlan county, aged 45, were by her betrayer and abandoned. A Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati united In marriage, n Miss Nannio Hume, of Waco, and baby was In her arms and Lexington. Free parlor cars und naked, and she hud been there two days with- Queen & Crescent Standard vestlbuled Mr. Christopher Clienault, of Rich out food. Sho says tho child was born dav coaches. Four trains dally to Cin mond, will wed Thursday, May 27. with Francis Harris, 80, and Mrs. Sarah during a fearful storm and that her suf- cinnatimirth eloso connections with all tivilnj Oi,i.",i - (Ti.aiinr. t iniiw ferings and anxiety were horrible be- are without a peer in the South. 17 Wells, 71, wero married at Columbus, miles shortest line, unequalled train O. The groom Is deaf and tho bride is yond description. train service. W. C. Rlnearson, gon'l almost blind. John A. Logan, Jr., lias written a MU(J Mm.y E Woodson und tho Rov letter to Gen. Alex D. McCook, in lUS3'r agt., Cincinnati, O. " m Coleman O. Graves will bo married which ho demands an aiwlogy for tho on wiu : INCOMi'AKAUUK. xiio aw biw tj .V Jk IJ.ltfcU statements made by McCook regarding QUeen & Cnwcont lUOlf service Cml4 XTq i,n 'n.w, i.il1i ia M W,,U n, . Art f....t tt..itti.i UUUlil. LiUlilO - , Through Pullman drawlnir room sleep - . Woodson, latooi tnts county. Logan's appearance at tho Czar's coro natlon. A duel seems imminent. ors. Standard vestlbuled day coaches , Lily Langtry, tho actress, has been A water spout caused tho wreck of a lavatories and smoking rooms.) Elo- granted a divorce from her husband on alluie to train on tho Santa Fo Route, near Ma- - tho was awarded tho custo- rlotta , I. T., causing the injury of 15 da or to New Orleans, W. C. Rineah- dy of her only child. persons, two of whom will die. SON, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. pen-kell jiost-olliee- State. Representatives Ilowatd and Johns became involved in a controversy in the House, when the former was chargv ed with a falsehood and tho other was called "an infamous liar." GKOKCB W. UEUOKD, The House committee rcjiorted its Who pulled through in ISO i and has miiuro to nnuany taint or bribery upon made so excellent an officer, was hon-an- y body in connection with tho Sena- -' oral with a and will torial contest. Of course not. It wasn't ' again show the republicans his heels, wmkpsiB Wf Wi Men i Suits For $7.50, 1 1 $12 and $15 "Will Prove The Best. Children's Suits, From $1.50 to $5. Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Summer : Underwear. Buckeye Hats Summer Suits, Straw Hats, Negligee Shirts, s, Handsome NECKWEAR. Every thing in the line of Mens' Wear. Lower than you can buy them elsewhere. rt Ten-livel- J. PT?' L. Frohman & Co., THE SLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. vmAm an-or- s. I I A!' WBi W msttofy$ ,,AT.h fffHK&F mmM? 1 to nV t'JJ Owing to ruh of business we can't stock up enough to close down on the loth Inst , ns udverthed, so ve will .fri IMj Thoico-operatio- I w W " 1 Not Close Down Till the 20th Inst.. To be closed till June 1st for needed repairs. 1 U A i Z.KS gen-hav- W mi J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. m 'in five-doll- ar two-doll- son-in-la- & judg-cuoits- b, Spring Cleaning Is now the order of the day and of course you will be engaged in it befoielong. will need a You h a al-w- ho gen-molest- ed i STRAW MATTING And Several NICE RUGS. I have them. Prices Low as Anybody's. di-vor- co H. J. McROBERTS. STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON. Tho Second Session of President. 1890-97 Cata-logue. iKiw-bor- OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. For full information about Courses of Study, Terras, Ac, send for our Now Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY. Lady Phincipal, Stanford, Ky. tA X- H. C. IIUPLEY, so-vo- ro I I JJ . TffllEMMHT TAILOR -- JSoSZSR- 1,' IsjRecfiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give hiro a Call. Guaranteed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit ii ,V- -. !"-- il IIADKS BREAKS LOOSE IN FKANKKOKT AGAIN. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL THE silver democrats did as they promised yestesday when Gov. Worth-ingto- n May iS, 1S97 attempted to preside during tho Stanford. Ky.. pendency of Senator Bronston's appeal from his decision as to counting a quoW. P. WALTON. rum. Thev refused to recognize his authority and formed a separate organ- Nation under rreshlent I to rem. uoo-beas tills dispatch shows: DEMOCRATIC Fhanmckokt. Muv 17. There was hell to play when the Senato mot to rorflreult Judge. day. After much wrangling over 31. C. SABFLEY the fusion bill there was a split, Worth-ingto- n presiding over one faction and Tor Commonwe.i tli- - Attorney Gocbel over the other. Both remained S. OWSLEV, in session awhile and adjourned till o'clock. Trouble Is feared and the Tor governor has been asked to call out tho troops. man near Shelbyvlllo the other day 2I." pounds tho largest by nearly a hundred pounds ever removed. The woman was SI years old. Her chance of recovery is fair. Ollicial reports from Cuba tell of great suffering among the Americans and President McKlnley sent a message to Congress yesterday urging an E. D. Kennedy. Secy. immediate annronrlatlon for their re It is a known principle thnt the best Is uIw.ivh (he cheapest. Thoro is no economy lief. in buying an inferior quality becttmo the prico Is low And butter Mill is tho fnct Told In Scott county, Va., Mrs. Mary Leo thnt the o is no economy in buying high whun you cm eoino to our store ami do othHon. A. P. Edgerton, one of the first Turner gave birth to four children, two erwise Perfectly uinnzed were tho buyers who visited our More lnM week at the civil service commissioners, died at boys and two girls. All the children Ilickville, O. are living and doing well. Tho parents Thomas Anderson, a Bellevuo, O., are enthusiastic democrats and named butcher, was given a year In jail for the boys William Bryan and John Danselling dog meat. iels, and the girls Mary Bulrd and A cinematographic employe confers Blackburn. We oTercd. This week wo give bigger bargain- thnn ever, to having started the, terrible charity On Thursday there will bo elaborate ba7arconllagralion in Paris. ceremonies at the Capitol building in In Piko county, James Ralney, shot Montgomery, Ala., on tho occasion of silver and killed Rlchaul Fields, whom ho ac- placing a stone with a cused of intimacy with his wife. star in it in the llooring or tho veranThe Federal grand jury has Indicted da, to mark tho spot where Jefferson 12 for n tinu,blnckor Ta i Sho3 for I.ulhs in Lnco or Button; tip, worth $11, il CO at Newport, Davis stood when taking the oath as J. J. Hetsh. for Ladies' black or tun SIioj in Latest Style; worth t'2 50. $1 will buy you n kid president of the Southern Confederacy. shoo with tip, in heel or Hprliii; for emboling $.,000 and over. hie'. Hoys' shoes for 75c and upward. .Mens' Tan capacity of the cellulose plant at The raiders con- nml Ox Bloods Mercer county ntf 1 36 to i I. Wo are making 110 Two Owensboro will bo increased from tinue their acts of lawlessness. toll gates wore destroyed Saturday tons of corn stalks to (50 tons per day. Pullman palace car porters demand night and William Showinakor was nn Increase of salary, because tips do threatened with death if ho jtersists in collecting toll. Tho raiders forced a not come In as freely as they used to. , Three Negroes who attempted an as- man named Curd to cut his own gate In Ladies' and Mens' Neckwear, l.a-e- IUhhons, .Silks, CarpoH. Curtain1", Poles and Rosebud, Tex., down and told him that it would bo Fixtures, A half pricu Shirt waist opportunity. sault on a young girl at were taken out by a masked mob and sure death for him to attempt to collect loll again. lynched. A note breaking an engagement that Thomas Wiokorsham, wanted at Pe ru, Intl., for theft, committed suicide had existed fo.- more than three yearn when ho saw the sheriff coming to ar- caused Preston Thornton, one of the most prominent young men in Louis- 50c for 75c walstH; 25c for 5X waists. Ladies' Separate Drevt and Walking Skirt. rest him. in tho latcM nn most perfect lilting Mylei. $2 Skirls for 1125; a 00 growers In the depart- ville, to shoot himself under the heart Tiiilor-mnd- e French wine Yonnc, estimate at $1,000,000 at 10:.'W Sunday. The act was done at Skirts for 2.!!5; f 1.50 SkitU for ill 50 ment of the damage done by tho heavy frost of the feet of the young woman hu would frwrv 1 ll have made his wife. She Is Miss Netlast week. .. m'm : I .7 ' IPB --" saw mill boiler tie Belle Smith, daughter of Milton II. By tho explosion of a "J T" at Tiptonvillc, this State, four men Smith, president of the Louisville and 1 00 Corsets for 75c. Corset for 50c. 50o Corsets 7oc were killed and three others fearfully Nashvillo railroad. He died yester- fl MCorMiUforll. 00c. Itu v your Summer is tho father of mangled. day. R. A. Thornton Two persons wore killed during a se- the unfortunate young man and one of vere wind and rain storm at Waco, the most prominent lawyers in LexingTex. The Bra70s river ro-- e 10 feet In ton. The family move in the best From our now line Jest oeiied up Monduv Keiiicmbor we lve a hnndvtnie and .'10 minutes. circles of society and are well thought useful clock to every customer whoso purchases amount to fii or over. on trial at Piuiucan mwnicn of all over the State. A suit is tho plaintiff wants ?.,000 from an A. P. A. lodge for breaking his leg while FARM AND TRADE, initiating him. Corn wanted. Jos. Wllllman, Jumbo. Night raiders of Clark county put up II. A. Pleasants bought of J. B. BryM barns, notifying toA. UHHAVSKY it CO, Phohuktous. notice on about s not to plant more than six an a bunch of heifers at Jlfl. bacco ralsei T. D. IIVXCY, Manacjkh. W. K. Shugars sold to Miss Florence acres of tobacco. Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, Vcrsnilles, Lnii-ti- e H. E. Hazen, a Kansas City youth, Truehcart a pluuton jwny for :$(). John P. Jones bought of Thetxloro nee, Georgetown, Kliznbuthtown, Frankfort, and Mauckpurt, Ind. committed suicide with the same pismare for $S.". tol his father used for tho same pur- Powell a E. P. Woods got 20 Kunds of No. 1 pose three years ago. Dr. William Casscll was sentenced at wool from his large, imported buck. Tho Harrot'sburg Democrat notes Huntington, W. Vn., to seven years' l.M. imprisonment for criminal assault on tho sale of a large lot of hogs at Cl.3.1. 'il sold to Lyon A: Allen daughter. W. G. Cowan , VM his of George Washington, his lambs for Juno JO delivery at file. A statue Tho Jessamine Journal reorts sales which cost tho city of Philadelphia $000,000, was unveiled with impos- of :i00 barrels of corn nt3I.f0 delivered. Tho Tattersall's sale exchange at f? ing ceremonies Saturday. I'nlnt, Wlilto Iuil, Oil, Vnrnlslics, Vkx1 Mains anil Tliu t Thomas B. Youtsey, former cashier Lexington brought $l.'l,:i."0 at a forced M - For Jailer, George W. DoBord. For Coroner, Wm. Landgraf. For Assessor, C. G. B.iker. For Supt. Schools, Garland Singleton. For Representative, M. F. North. The business being concluded tho committee adjourned. J. E. Cakson, Chm'n. that weighed Head find Helleet. l. I TICKET. News Briefly JUDGE J. JR Le-tlt- ia Phenomenal Bargain s - I .'1 Konre-ontatlv- e. M. F. NORTH Tor County Judge. J. E. LYNN Tor County Clerk. GEO. B. COOPER Tor County Attorney. agreement has been reached, Gov. Worthington agreeing that Gocbel to which an shall preside adjournment was had. Bkokkk Chapman went to jail to serve a U0 days' sentence for refusing to answer questions asked by the Senate committee on tho sugar trust while self confessed Senators who have used their position to further their sugar speculating schemes sit in session, In defiance of decency and public honor. d Senator from North Car The olina, Pitch Fork Tillman, was right for onco at least, when in a speech Friday he demanded that the Senate purgo itself of tho members who have brought further discredit upon It and the coun one-eye- Fkankfokt. LATKI5. May 17, h l:l0 v. M. An toll-gat- o HARVEY HELM For Circuit Clerk. SPECIAL DRIVES J. F. HOLDA9I F.or Sheriff. SAMUEL M. OWENS For Jiiller. GEO. W, DEBORD For A""evor. - $1 Ladies' Waists for 75c. 1 m iM C. G. BAKER For Sunt. School". try. in the Senato will be able to keep tho fusion bill from passing in that body, for if it gets through the Senate it will have plain sailing In tho House. The object of tho bill is to let a candidate's namo appear as many times on the ballot as he is nominated by parties, and is for tho purpose of letting tho gold democrats and republicans vote for the same man for appellate clerk, without either de&erting the device of his party- GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner. It is to bo hoped that tho democrats arv APsMA4 co-ne- ts 'wlm (3 lr n - W!tl, LANDGRAF. IN the. nomination of the county ticket the committee did its work conscientiously and well. The nominee are all pood, strong democrats and they are so equitably distributed over the county that no complaint can be made on the score of partiality and no section can say, "We never get nothing no way" as a delegate to a State convention once said with reference to that part of Kentucky known an the "Purchase." Stanford precinct gets the judge and attorney; Hustonvllle the county clerk, sheriff and representative; "Wayncsburg gets the assessor and school superintendent and Crab Orchard the 'circuit clerk, jailer and coroner. "While we might have made a change or two if left to us, the ticket gives us full satisfaction and is perhaps the strongest that could have been nominated. Besides too, it seems to give general satisfaction, even the defeated candidates admitting that the committee performed Its delicate and disagreeable duty most patriotically. We do not believe that a primary election would have given any moio satisfaction than the work of the committee. It involved no expense to the candidates, kept comparatively few NEW ORGSNDIES THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Oun c&teemed contemjwrnry, the Louisville Critic, is punctilious about giving credit to copied articles, but occasionally it gives credit to whom credit is not due. The article which so hotly roasts our good brother, Dick Knott, of the Post, was written by Urey Woodson, of the Owensboro Messenger, and not by yours truly. re-acti- four-year-o- ld ant afterclaps. like a hotly contested from their work and leaves no unpleas- election. Some of the candidates claim that it would have been different had the people taken a hand in it, but that is mere conjecture and is not here nor there. It is now the duty of every man who calls himself a democrat to give the ticket a loyal supiort. It is a capital one, without a single exception, and one which reilects credit upon the party. Let us lay aside personal feel- .I tf ings, avoid issues that divide- and which have nothing to do with the case, and It is said that Dr. W. Godfrey IIuu-tc- r go to work for democratic success, and has been offered his choice of four republican misrule and incompetency foreign missions. Wo hopo ho will will bo known no more in Lincoln take tho "foroignest" of them and forcounty. get to come back when his four years Lawlessness is reaching the cli is sure max in Mercer and a to come. Tho good people are still in the majority and will not permit anarchy to take tho place of law in that raiders and other county. Toll-gatcowardly scoundrels had better be- of the First National Bank atNewj)ort, ware. Their lives may yet pay the for was arrested on an indictment charging feit for their misdeeds. violation of the banking laws. The tipple at tho Pinkney, Tenn., From Warden Hancock's own stateore mines, about 2. milc from Florment, he runs tho Frankfort penitenfell, killing ten men and tiary about as badly as Happy runs tho ence, Ala., badly Injuring several others. Eddyvlllo institution, which is worse Suite Senator McMullen mado an atthan "a widow woman's farm is managtempt to murder Editor Smlthee.of tho ed." They are a sorry lot all around Gairetto, because of editorial and If tho rads can find better men for Arkansas criticisms, but his aim was bad. tho places they ought to shoot or give Tol Pierce and John Howell were up tho gun. convicted at Hodgenville of the murder The governor's staff Is now without of Henry Batrd. Pierce was given a a surgeon general. But oven with the life sentence and Howell 21 years. There is a heavy falling off In tho hame string gone, tho government at Frankfort manages to pull along. It's number of Immigrant arrivals at New business, however, without York. There was a decrease of an In April as compared with last year. Gineral Kimble. e ll.-Ml- ) up-hill Ism ln-s- AT Home and Farm Paint. renily-iulxe- ri 1 v sale. Lyon & Allen got 4. 10 for tho 24 7SS-pou- nd f . f': ! piece, "The Woman Triumphant" Is OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. one of the most regretable things connected with the Lexington fire. The The Democratic Convention met at Hart Memorial Association, which gave tho court-hous-e in Stanford, May lo, at $5,000 for the statue, is taking active 10 o'clock, pursuant to tho call of stops to securo a copy of the work as ChairmanJJ. E. Carson, and all tho deltho model is said to be in perfect con- egates being present the following resdition at Florence, Italy. Apropos of olutions presented by the committee on tho statuo and its sculptor, Judge Chas. rules, W. E. Perkins, D. F. Logan, W. E. Kincald, now with tho Cincinnati L. McCarty, J. P. Rlffe and E. D. KenEnquirer, writes most entertainingly. nedy, were adopted: It will be remembered that the judge Resolved 1, That tho regular comwas sent by the Kentucky Legislature mitteeman from each voting precinct to Italy to bring Hart's remains to their act as chairman in his precinct to cast native State and that they were buried the vote, after consulation with his two associates, the vote to bo given viva at Frankfort. voce. disTHE Louisville Commercial's 2d. That after three ballots bo taken patches speak of the presentation to Dr. for an otllco and there being no nomiHunter and wife of SO solid gold dia- nation, the candidate receiving the mond studded watches as a most affect- smallest number of votes shall be droping scone. Attorney General Taylor ped and tho balloting continue till u "made the happiest effort of his life" nomination is made, no mominations to in the presentation and forced tho un- bo made till after the third ballot is bidden tear to How from eyes unused to cast. After that shall be taken tho canweep, except In disappointment at not didate receiving a majority of the ,'J0 receiving tho long-fo- r pie. The Louis- votes of tho convention shall bo declarville Times agrees with Taylor that ed the regular nominee for tho olllco Hunter is held In such high esteem by for which he is voted for. Kcntucklans by admitting that when .'id. That tho vote for each ollice shall ho goes away they aro so anxious for bo taken according to tho provisions his return ho has to give bond to come laid down in tho statutes and as they back. have heretofore appeared on the poll AN exciting scene occurred jn the books. The rules were observed and tho fol. Senate between Goebol and Stephenson which it is said that each lowing democratic candidates were Friday, in reached for his pistol pocket. First nominated, to wit: For County Judge, J. E. Lynn. thing he knows Littlo .Billy wont bo For County Clork, G. B. Cooper. even a "shito poke." Gocbel is a bad For CountyjAttorney, II. Helm. man to monkey with and tho statesman For Circuit Clerk, J. F. Holdam. from Mercer had bettor subside or ho For Sheriff, S. M. Owens. dead beforo ho knows it. may go The destruction of Hart's master- are out. Dick Fields, his neighbor, to death when he found him with his, Ralney's wife, on his unexpected return home. Many persons in Evansvlllc, Ind. have become addicted to cocaine snuffing and the habituals will have It if they have to sell their clothing for It. The Sultan of Turkey now demands of Greece the annexation of Thessaly, an indemnity of .ClO.OOO.OOO Turkish, and the abolition of tho capitulations. It took 20 police to prevent a crowd of Louisville base ball enthusiasts from mobbing Umpiro Sheridan because of his rotten work against tho homo team. Bloodhounds caught the Negro who raped and murdered tho child near Evansvlllc. and ho is in jail heavily guarded to prevent him from James Rainey, of Pike county, shot cattle, advertised, at Danville court yesterday. Several car loads of 1,I.0 to 1,."00 ound Hereford steers sold at Chicago at r.l." to 51 last week. Thompson Bros, bought in Pulaski and Adair a bunch of yearling heifers and steers at 510 to $12. Woods A: Lynn bought of J. II. and J. B. Foster .10 17.Vjonnd hogs atlHc, and of John Puppies 21 averaging 1.'15 pounds at :c. Bannockburn, tho favorite In the letting, won tho Louisville Futurity for worth $10,000. Bangle was second and I lowland third. Danville Court. The smallest crowd in tho memory of tho oldest inhabitant attended court yesterday and aside from tho stock sales littlo or no business was done. Most of tho 150 or more cattle on the market weie sold; tho highest bringing 4f e. A bunch of yearlings brought $21.10: some Me-Alist- er s, two-year-ol- Carriage Paint. Price lower than titer lie fore on tliu same ft v& & 'b-- 4 strictly pure good. Jvo K our color cards. m t tea T W. B. MoB.OBZm.TS. DRUGGIST, STAXFOKI), KY. SKK OUK- - S 5 I'A -- Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHCES, HARNESS, &C. Hcst and Largest Line of Implements in town. Sec us beforo buying. FRiCES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before, Satisfaction Guaranteed. er 20; calves $10 to 1 1. stuff was slow at 2 to 2e. Butch- Horses and mules were dull at any price. RELIGIOUS. B. K. WEAR EN BY & SON. m f4 Rev. J. B. CuliMjpper is holding meeting in a huge tent at Somerset. Rev. Georgo O. Barnes and Miss Mario are holding forth at Bowling full of people. Green to Pastor J. M. Sallce writes from Henderson: "Pastor J. G. Bow aided us in a meeting which resulted in 'Xi additions to the church, '2.') for baptism." being lynched. D. Young, Jr.. was convicted at Recorder. John Tho Gencrul Assembly of tho pwingsvillo of manslaughter and senchurch in tho United States tenced to 18 years' imprisonment, for killing his cousin. He Is a son of tho of America opens Thursday at Winona. A very largo attendance is anticipated Madison, Ind., has passed an ordi and many important questions will be nance that no cigarettes shall be smok consideied.. s Tho General Assembly of tho ed on tho streets or in other public convenes in of that city. Tho license for tho crn Presbyterian church ' Charlotte, N. C, Thursday. This is sale of them Is $150. Railroad shops of tho unnlversary of tho declaration of At the Panhandle Columbus, O., 210 workmen were indef- - independence adopted by tho Seoteh-Inltel- y laid off on account of dull times. Irish Presbyterians of Mecklenburg Over 200 of these men voted for Mc- - county, N. C, which was adopted more 1 han a year before tho declaration of Kinlcy and piosperlty. independence of the colonies, explosion in a In a boiler Fow people know that John Wesley Randolph, J. D. Ward, T. Ward, near Simon Klrkpatrick and Georgo Brown was over in America. Fow know that were killed und Virgil Hundley and It was he, and not Robert Raikos, who established tho first Sunday school in William Ward fatally Injured. confined In San Quentln tho world. It was John Wesley who A convict prison, says he killed Blancho Laraont preached tho first Methodist sermon for whoso murder Theodore Duerrant dolivored In tho United States. In tho was sentenced to hang. On tho strength Ladies' Homo Journal for Juno, Rev. of this ga'uzy story, Durrant'c attor- - W. J. Scott will tell In tho "Great For' Events" series tho story of sonal ney's aro seeking a pardon for him. Cartlcdge, of Louisville, reraov- - "When John Wesley Preached in Dr. ed a tumor from tho abdomen of a wo- - Georgia." court-houses UnDGRCAKIHG 1 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Harness, Hridlcs, jgrgy.t J. C. M'CLARY. EigEiiigEgS T K ft Pres-bvteri- an Siddlo, Also carries a Nice Line of hip.s, &c Uuggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Square. Stuiford Room Opposite Court-Hou- se JJw51!&$stAk m Ky South-placc- L1H!!i Wo havo addod a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected stock of General Merchundise and aro now prepared to saw-mi- ll I Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from nn everyday, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chlnawaro, Glassware, Quoonswnro, Ac, was never moro complete. F'ARRIS A HARDIN, - a U W, &$&m 4iinM , i. ,M g , 1,( mfymmpjmmmmfrf-immm- tfipyaimip tmrr '' " w M- - the iirrEaiOR journal Stanford, Ky., K. STRAWUKRRYsnppo" m m m Thursday night. in .i KXAMINATIONS court-hous- e, to loan on real estate. this olllco. WOO Apply at Kuto Ulain, Supt. . . t- Will be hold at the Friday, May 21. Miss .1 i. fc Rk.VT. Mrs. nronertv on Ilanvllli. For Fannin niW-n- . Dunn' ,n T...-- .,,. den; good outbuildings. 1 - May 18, 1807 Manaukh. Can't mont. close down. See our udverJ. IL lhuigliman & Co. l Walton, I'm: bi-rt- Jiudi.vixs Lot of sample saddles at wholesale prices. Hlggiiis.t MeKInney. t "Hi" lViiny'H I)ni(,'Storo. paint, Ih chuuposil. loud imtl oil TIiiiI'h why Somriiodiiis give somebody some hot aro olicupuot. stutT in the last Lancaster Record. 4- - PERSONALS. IIiiand new Singer Sowing Machine for sale. All attachments. J. It. Routt. Hand-power Mil. LoriK Kosskm, In vlriitiiif,' Mr. For Sali:. rip and cut and Mi. T. Smltli. olT saw, scroll and turning lathe. A. C MltS. G. A. 1'KYTON bin boon qulto Sine. hIuIc for a wuok or more. La dirs. See Our new llnu of Delft Mrs. Sallii: Ham., ned S2. mothur ware at 10 cents per piece. Warren fc of Tho Young ladles' Presbyterian duyn with Mm. Mary Mardhall at church will give a strawberry supper In Walton's store room Thursday night. 1'arknvllle. MRS. C. W. ICri:mrr, of Louisville, Admission lii cents. Ih vinttlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. With four bar rooms in town and II. T. Harris, i two at Rowland, just a mllo away, we Mrs. V. A. Tkiiiiim: will entertain the Kconomlcal Club Thurwlay nuM aro not uxcricricltg much of a drouth hereabouts, but tho keepers tell us from .'I to." V. M. they are selling very little liquors. Mr. .1. S. WKU.S and wife and Mien Kmmii Oivwley leave for the Xntdivillo L. I). Sampson contributes a whole page of matter to the Sunday Commei K.xition MissMattik Hoi.drrman went to elal Tribuno anent the turnpike raids Lebanon yesterday to vUlt her brother. and makes many Interesting contribuJ. I). Ilolderman. tions to tho history of that nefarious Uisv. .1. Howard 1'aric, of Louis-vlll- bmlnoss. bjHjut several days with his rela11 TO . The Stanfonl lxiys walloped tive, How IJVn Helm. tho Crab Orchard base lull club by a Mrs. H. l .Ionks, Sr., of North score of to 0 at Crab Orchanl Friday Middletown, arrived Friday to visit bur afturuoon. Hendricks and Johnson sou, Mr. John 1'. Jones. were the battery for4he homo team and Missrm Mary and Kittik Aura-ha- Holdam and Condor for the C. Os. of the Kast Knd, sjtont several A VALL'AULi: family horse belonging days with Mrs. Jessio Stunf. to Mr. M. F. Klkln died Thursday night .Mksskk. M. ('. Wim.iamh and l L. Thompson, uy and festive drummers from the u fleets of a hard drive a Negro lxy gave him on a trip to Danville. from Mt. Vernon, are in town. Miss Hlack Givkns and little Miss He had leen in tho family for years Ada Alcorn, of Hustouvllle, spent sev- and Mrs. hlkln and children are al eral days with Mrs. Hettlo MeKInney. tuott inconsolable. Hon. Harvky Hklm, Dr. W. H. an Kyi: For an Kyk. W. G. Cow I'onnyiindKd Wilkinson took advan- an, of tho West Knd, had 'St or 110 sheep tage of the cheap rate to Cincinnati killed and wounded by dogs recently Sunday. since he has been making war on Cut. P. C. Hknaickr, who has been and canines that come on his place. He tho running on the main line, is back on his old run and his friends are delight- has disKwcd of about 20 so far and tho war is yet in its inciplency. ed to sco him. S. Hucjuks has rented Mr. John Thk Caledonians aro arranging an Mrs. Kate Hays' projerty on West excellent program for an entertainMain street and will move his family ment next Friday night and Mr. S. W. to it in a few days. Mencfee will also be present with his Mr. Joskimi Carson, of Oklahoma, phonograph. The hat will bo parsed Is on a visit to his brother, Mr. J. K. around for tho benellt of the charity Carson, of Crab Orchard, and was here bed nt tho Joseph Price Intlrmary. with him Satunliiy. HoLDTHiRP.-Satnrd- ay HON. P. M. McIloiii:itT8,of Stanford, night a large, bhiok Negro went into Mr. D. W.-was In our town a few days since. He store and after asking for sevhas many warm friends and admirers eral things called for a pair of No. 1) here. Lancaster ltoeord. IN his mad rush for pie at Washing- tan shoes and when he went to tho buck of his store for another pair thu rascal ton, J. L. Ilosley, son of Mr. Jack of this county, fell from a street grablK'd the shews and dejurted. Marshal Novland was untitled, but it was car and was seriously hurt. MlSSANNIKCLKYr.SMYRHSlsamoujJ too latu then to lind him. o the .0 graduates at the Nashville GoNtf Up. Creditors aru looking for for Young Ladies, commencement Dr. W. K. Forest, of Now York, who of which will occur on the Htlth. did a business similar to that of the Hon. John S. owmxy, Sr., will K. S. Dean Company. Forest had leave this morning for Chicago, where late a representative hero recently in tho he goes as a delegate to the Cumber-lau- d Presbyterian General Assembly. IKjrson of J. M. Logan and a number of goodf.?) Mrs. Jot: S. Kick went to Kiohmoud suckers bit at thu double thing oflored. their money on his They expected to Saturday. Mr. Hice went up in u few day but now realize how easy wheel that afternoon and returned yesterday, making the trip each way In it is for a fool and. his. monuy to part. .'Ii hours. Chkap. The new agent at Junction Wnaro Indebted to Miss Annie City, Mr. James Roy, as clever a man Knglemaii, one of thu graduates, as ever sold a ticket, sends us word that for invitation to the commencement ex thu Q. C. Is going to run a special erclses of Potter College, Howling train from his station next Sunday, Green, May 110 to Juno -- . starting at 0:.'I0, reaching Cincinnati at Sir Kxioiit Matt Woodson and 10: i.'i and returning, leavu the city at wife stopicd olT from Mlddlosboro with (MO A P M. at$l.i" for the round-trip- . Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Crow and went on big base ball game and hundreds of to tho Annual Conclave of Knights other attractions are named. Templar at Hopkiusvillo yesterday. Till-- managers of tho young ladies A Word. Let those candidates who eleocutionary contest hero Juno 18th were not selected Saturday go to work have already been placed under special both for their families and their party, obligations to Mrs. I. V. Nesbltt, the pay tho little bets they wagered on excellent Mt. Vernon correspondent of their election as well as tho little debts this paper for lcindncssos appertaining for announcements and incidentals, thereto. say not a harsh word about their sucA HAPPY crowd of young people cessful opponents, nor permit such to chaperoned by Miss Grace Grinstead bo done in their presence, stand ready went to Cook's Spring Saturday and at tho party's call, hit tho common spent tho day llshlng in Dlx ltivor and enemy tho republican party a crack otherwise enjoying themselves. They whenever they can do so cITcotlvcly, were Misses Annio Darst, Jennie Lynn, and thu splendid ticket nominated will Stella McChiry, Jennie Pence, Kath- roll up a majority that will remind us leen and Linda Grinstead, and Orland of years ago, when every good man Heck, Alfred Pence, Will Darst, Gil- was proud of the grand old county of bert and Letchur Grinstead. Lincoln. Slmm'Hi:. Society of the m to-da- y. e, T. C. Hull, Invury 111. Mrh. Ki.iza Hlain hat) moved to her brothor, Mr. JinnuH H. Gentry'. Kldhu .1. Q. Montgomery, of Casey, vlnltud hi brothor In thin county. Mr. and Mrs. Hoiikkt Hardino, of Danville, were hero Saturday. Mrs. K. .1. Kiciiakd.sox wont to Somerrot Saturday to vltdt rolatlven. MissCartwrujut, of Shelby City, Is thu Kiictdof Mitres Mamiu and I 'curl White. Col. and Mrs. T, l. HiLLnpontmv-ora- l Shanks. Vioi.irr Talcum Powder, Violet Toi let Water for young and old people at W. H. MoRoboiH. On: bus! nus manager, K. C. Wal- ton, will be at Mt. Vernon next Monday, first day of circuit court, ready to wait on our many patrons of that town and county. Strawiikrry 1 1 Van-devce- r's Hos-le- y, Col-leg- .. . . juu mum in iiiiwng...n .wagon UOO fill. .. U',lr l,.v.. f..m HPVJAMtV ' fall to look at J. Is. HiirL'Ins' Canital -n!,.).t,.n,i nni.ii ., . ... .1 .wiabi .vuk;t " t nit; iun ii n u wagon. It Is a daisy. exchequer and laid a night in jail for Bco Finish, ollective, safe and eco- being drunk and disorderly. Have been filled here without a single mistake. . nomical for killing potato bugs and cur. Wovkn wire and oak picket fence, Tt is a good record and we are proud of it. uullo of all kinds. W. H. McRoberts. tho most economical fence on tho marJUST received a carload of Prime ket. I am helling It at about co-- t of Cypress shingles. If you want a roof manufacturing. A. C. Sine. that will last an ago uuo thu Cypress. LINCOLN county's candidate for A. C. Sine. judge, Mr. J. K. Lynn, has the advanIlKNRY Louan, who Is often in tho tage of most men in that ho can appear lock up, was given .'10 days in jail yes- to bo in two places at one time. He is terday for whipping thu woman who a twin and Is so much alike his brother, John G. Lynn, that many can not tell claims to bo his wlfo. them apart. Ho can therefore go ono Tin: declamatory contest for young way electioneering and send his brothladles, will occur Friday, June 18, at er another way, and thus get In double ? u'e have a splendid line of new Fans, from the JjS Walton's Opera House. Messrs. J. F. work without many people catching on. sntin palm to the fine Gauzo "Trilby." Sp endid Waters. S. W. Mencfee and K. II. L( Japanese Fans at 3c, 5c, 10c, 2oc to 50c IJea.loy, who gave such a successful Nominations. The candidates and (vj ? one before, aro the promoters tills time. their friends were hero In large numS) there Hrld Ovkr. Forrest Hansford, the bers Saturday and in thewas much in- l.J terest manifested proceedings, Negro who was arrested Thursday af)5T, We arc showing nil the new things in Kelts. New ternoon charged .vith burglarizing C. which though held within closed doors, Leather Kelts in Ox Blood, Green, Tan. Klack. Jew- - M ' II. Mayes' house, was tried before would occasionally leak out. The first el Kelt? at 2oc to f 1 50 Kelts and Pockets, 50c. &) Judge ('arson Saturday and held over news came of the unanimous nomina-natio- n toclrcuit court In ?100, which he failed and of J. K. Lynn for county judge it was received with many evidento give. E! 7 JIM ces of satisfaction and approval. The ijirtuws, tuiuia uiiu sizes, iiiacic, Jan jX-P. M..I. A. Hammonds has received friends of James P. """""j Bailey, the model and Ox Klood. his apM)iutment as at Hub- circuit clerk, were, of course, disapble. Ho will make bond and open the pointed, but they soon recogni.ed that (S olllce, this week. Even In order to distribute the olliccs proptho republicans endorsed him for tho erly many turn downs We have nil tho requisites for a Commencement would be necesolllce, thereby showing their apprecia- sary. Mr. Bailey Dress. Lnces, Organdies, White Taffeta, Itibbons, himself takes the acTUX tion of a good man. tion good naturcdly and is too true a Klbbons, White Fans, Ac. .. Wm. Husrr is likely to continue to democrat to raise a row. Some of tho contests were very close. be po.itmaster at Ottenhcim for some .7. B. Paxton and Harvey Helm tied for time jet. Charles Knsslln, thu new apSummer corsets at 50c, 75c, SI. Stout folks should pointee, will have to build a hoiiso be- eight ballots, 18 to 18, when one of Mr sec our new "Cresco" Corsets at ?1 ami $1.75, fore he can take it and ho thinks this Paxton 's men broke the tic. Thompson's Glove Fitting It II. S L, M, E Though the contest has been long will take till the 4th of July. Thu Klack and White. and apparently somewhat bitter befour years' term expired May Kith. . . ' tween S.W. Menefee and S. M. Owens, f :?rKID CLOVES. Cluze Patent Thumb. All colors and Black 9fi "DUMMY" OWSLKY and John Levin Mr. Menefee was the first to congratu At OSc and $1 50. Wi woro'spoeding Haughman's "Old Moso'' late his successful, opponent and prom ) . A around Sunday, when ho turned a cor ise his cordial support. The vote be(S ner on them, spilling them on thu tween them was close. ground. Dummy was thought to have J. T. Embry, who thought he had been killed fur awhile, but :here was the asscssorship nailed down, and on no such good luck. The other boy tho last ballot got HI to Baker ID, was sprained his leg severely. disappointed of course, but he assured Mr. Baker Thrki: frosts have fallen in as many erything hethat he was going to do ev nights, hut not heavy enoagh to must make could for him and that he his house his home when in into anything but beans and other ten this section. This has the right demTime to buy. large assortment of der vegetables. It seems that old win ring and presages the victory ter will never agree to get out of ocratic we will which celebrate in November. spring's luscious lap and this may be Following aro the names of the comanother year without a summer. Fair, mittee and those who assisted them in warmer, Tuesday, is tho prediction. the discharge of a disagreeable duty so well: Thk Nashville Exposition is still in Crab Orchanl. J. E. Carson, John a crude state, Mr. Georgo D. Wearen, K. Sutton, W. E. Perkins, Robt. L. who has just returned from there, tells John Hunter and J. P. Chandus, but it Is nevertheless uven now u ler. very attractive and instructive place to D. F. Logan, W. Frank visit. When it Is complete, it will far Stanford. MeKInney, R. G. Denny, W. C. Bar- outrank the Atlanta show. It has all nett, G. S. Carpenter, A. C. Dunn, J. the features it had and many others. II. Raines, John Skidmore, Thos. MarThe L. & N. will take you there and tin, R. L. Hubble, J. C. Eubanks and back on a ticket with a week limit for Bowen W. Oivens. M.10. Waynesburg. W. F. Camden, Mack TiiKtinnual Uluegross Graded School MeKonzfe, W. R. Ballanl, W. L. tournament will be held at Harrods-burGeo. B. Leach, Dr. C. M. May 27 2!. Harrodsburg, Thompson, J. II. Carter, A. A. Crutch- Paris, Winchester. field and Henderson Baugh. Beyond doubt wo have thobet Somerset, Eminence, VersailPaint on the market. Hustonvlllc. K. D. Kennedy, J. P. u les, Nicholasville, Stanford and Rifle, T. L. Carpenter, Joso)h Wright. schools will bo represented. The Robert II. Crow, P. C. Sandidge, John musical and declamatory exercises will L. Beck, F. M. Ware and W. A. Cofbo held in the opera house, tho athlet- fey. ics at tho fair grounds and on the 2Mb, In graded school building, beginning At Lowest Cash Prices. MT. VERNON, at 0 o'clock a. !., there will be a contest for prizes in all tho common and Elder Farrar preached an excellent high school branches, orthography, temperance sermon Sunday morning. Miss Ida May Adams will recite at arithmetic, grammar, etc. tho young ladles' elocutionary contest 57,883 1 JIT Ii 1; K Is V ,. two-hors- Prescriptions I PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 111 ? 5 Belts. Js w (I Jl !f 5 mi m Hoeieru. iJ J I IK post-mast- er much-neede- d I m jJ Or$ar)dic$. w Comets i ! :.; 3 ocwprui.. vcrAiwc: JV. HATTINGS ! A f Blues, Greens, Browns, Reds, Whites, Yellows, W. n, Both in Japs and Chinese. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Mc-Cart- y, PAINT. g. flBl"Dy LEAD Heady-mixed Law-rencebu- Cyn-thlan- a, Dan-vlll- 0IL& VARm$r)G$, COLORS, CRAIG&, HOCKER, Dksi:kti:i) His Family. ... Uro-miu- gh t : Carpi:nti:r. Kugeno Carpontor, whoso illness of typhoid fever has been Till-- latest thing out in Chamber sets noted in these columns several times, died at his homo near Hustonvlllu Friat Warren & Shanks'. day, aged 20. Ho was u son of the lato COOK Stoves and Ranges uhcu)or Adam Carpenter and was a model than any at Warren fc Shanks'. young man. In speaking of him a West . Lincoln County Medical Society Knd gentleman said to us: "Thcro Tin: will hold its meeting hero next Thurs- never was a better boy, morally or otherwise, than 'Genlo' Carpontor: In day, I'jth. fact ho was noted for his goodness." DON'T fail to see Iliggins A: McKln- He was n member of tho Christian noy about Acrao Cement before you do church and a prominent worker in tho , any plastering. Christian Endeavor Socioty. His reBlack Enamel Roof Paint. Guar- mains wero laid to rest at 3 p. M. Satanteed to last flvo years. For salo by urday by tho side of thoso of his father In the Hustonville Comotory. Craig 5sHocker. HOME NEWS, : It seems b..v our mall service in this countrv is almost norfeet. lotter had been without work for a long time j lnuned iu Germany to a party at Mul- and was despondent and disheartened. Una was forwurded to tho dead letter The men at Mr. Rupley's, however, olllco and from there sent to East t, tako no stock in that theory, but think which was called Mullins about it is a well played ganio of Freedman's. lo years ago. Some one remarked that Mr. Julius Negro tells us he said his this proves the clllcioncy attained by family would bo ns well off here as any- this department under democratic man where, for tho county wouldn't let agement. them starve. Mr. Negro says that Mrs. S. W. Whitehead and charming Freedman has a brother and his wife family uro guests of Mrs. C. C. Wiland a sister in Detroit, Mich. Tho liams. Miss Llna Kennedy, a charm board of tho family now amounts to ing young lady and elocutionist, will jj.'lo, which Messrs. Farris & Hardin recite "Tho Red Fan" at tho close of will have to lose. Tho wives of both hor school in Niuhville. Misses May have been exceedingly kind to the fam and Annio Weber left Monday to visit ily and have become very much attach their brothor, Dr. Harry Weber, in ed to tho four littlu children, to whom Louisville. Wo aro pleased to learn of they have given many articles of cloth Dr. Weber's success in his chosen proing. Yesterday Mr. Hardin and his fession. assistants had succeeded in raising Twolvo tons of sugar beets to the about $40 and if thoy can get the remaining 812 necessary to 'send them ucro Is rather under than over tho crop, und this would give tho and their goods back to Indianapolis Tho reason it producer $."0 an ucre, whereus wheat they will go takes so much is that tho freight on at tho average price, yields only about their goods will require MS, $10 of $10 an Is estimated that it which aro due for previous transporta- would acre. It require two million acres of land tion. As we go to press wo learn that all to raiso the amount of beets necessary to supply tho country with sugar. tho money has been raised. Bern-stadav-erato-da- y. weeks ago a man who siirned himself "R. Freedman, Louisville," on the register at tho St. Asaph, came here in to a request made by Mr. II. C. Ruploy of a Loulsvillo house for a tailor. When ljo camo Mr. Ruploy asked him if lie was a married man, and being answered in the alllrmatlve, told him, when he said ho was going to bring his family here, not to do so until he saw how work would hold out. They came, however, and he took them to the St. Asaph. Ten days ago ho drew $;t(i from Mr. Rupley and without paying a cent of it out, left for parts unknown, leaving his family here on the tender mercies of the hotol people. Mi. Freedman claims to fear that Several at Stanford, Friday evening, June 18. Elder McCombs, who has traveled extensively, lectured at tho PresbyteHeaded by U. S. jMOOEI., DO. 38,353. rian church Sunday and will preach Son of Klever's Model, No. 29.710. tlio greatest breeding hog living, ami HUNDLEY'S there Thursday evening. CLAUDE, No. 12,601, mh of tho World 't. Columbian Clmmplon, Claude, No. 11.007. Tho temperance meeting at the nippy young Ixiar-- ready for oervlee. A few lio w gilt-- , old enough to breed, ami bred I'lno sows for yile, ThN stock olu In everv suspect, with Christian church was well attended u hiMMMulty, Prices reasonable andNhtrletly pedigrees. satisfaction guaranteed. Wrlto uur wants Uigti Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjnas. JIr-,- and eflectivo work was accomplished. eo my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Several ladies read temperance arti 13. 61 cles and tomiwranco songs were sung. Eggs. for All enjoyed tho meeting. Mr. Stuyvesaut and Miss Kolfrat were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Miller. Mr. R. G. Martin, of Brodhead, was in town last week. Master McKen- zlu Brown is president of thu Band of Hopo and Master Cecil Mullins, secre- Cows for sale. Thoy use good ones. or toino and Also .Mammoth PeUIn Duck A. E. UL'NDLEV, Ilox 103. Danville. Ky. THE OXUe-QaAS- inttHBEH S HERD HODS, Thoroughbred Suroc Jersey E;D tary. Mr brcalcn were Klecttsl from Hie best lirrilsof or tills famous lirwil of Inc la federal Slates A splendid lot of pigs of lltlrri'iii ngis forwle. UreU now a siwclalty. Satisfaction giunisitpcil. Com, poiuleneo solicited. Address R H. BRONATJGH. ' Cr.ib Orchanl, Ky. The Buckeye Churn Makes hard work ea.sy. You can get more EtssWsHsV. Ufftf mt ws: - wMkjM butter. You wash, salt and work thu before taking it out of tho churn but-t- or Will Sell You One on Trial. It will pay for itself in few weeks, and see it. fall The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. Most Complete and Convenient Freezer ever offered in Stanford. Keipiires les labor less time and less ico than any freezer, only requiring fiom ono to two minutes to freeze cream. We guaranteo them, to do all we claim and they aro sjld on trial. Very respectfully, Come and see for yourself. Try one. HICCINS & M'KINNEY. I . ( fy IllUjft' p-n -- F? - asas: ;' j' ii fiV '11 jim " "J" 3- g f1 - tpaac-- : sjsvfpfftt Swme SHELUY VILLE AND COUNTY. SHKLUYViM.r., May Kl. For ninny CIIL'ltClI TDK OLDEST IS THE INTERIORJOURNAL M'COUMACKS THH , n this Is' considered one of tho LINCOLN best towns in Kentucky. Fair women Mi:rrs thkuk. ' rridavo One of tho best crowds I ever struck and bravo men, excellent business gen tlemen and line business houses and AT mot sit McGormacka Church Saturday residences make it so. Tho people are mooting of 2 PER YKAH IN AD VANC1C to attend the hospitable, and. iti fact, in every reCounty charged. the Lincoln - When not wpahl C2.SO will spect, it deserves the enviable reputaMTInn of the Christian Church. Sutll- tion It enjoys as a town. ground cient dinner was spread on tho Tills county, as is generally known.is for three times that number, ultimo democratic by a big majority. A nota111!, iiOO neonlo present did ample justice to ble democratic free sliver nominee for tiiof.vwt.nr irnod thitiL's. Mortal man the coming election is Mr. Harvey A. TIME GJR1 nnvpr saw dinner spread more bounti Campbell, (the present encumbent) for TIiMiiitnllt.v with lavish hand sheriff. He is, in the tiuost sense of fiilK- ums iHsnonsed by the rood people, who tho term, commanding in appearance, iruTiiniv P.FNTRAL DIVISION. at Cilll not ui.ui.iiii. in that respect in tho standing six feet tlvo and weighing 270 Train leaves Stanford Hi 7: 10 a. in. and'returns 11113 HUl 111. pounds. Tho republicans did not deem at 4:30 p. in. . The convention was interesting and It expedient to put out a candidate DIVISION. KNOXVILU i.lm 14 oliurches couiiiosiniT it are no against him, as his popularity forbade ..12 37 p III 21 Train going North No. .. 3 13 a hi 'niiiiilishinr irrcat thinsis forho Mas even a shadow of a contest. Another " ." No. 28 " ..12 01 p faoutli " The missionary nomlneo on the same ticket is Hobert No. 25 " m ter bv .. 03' p " " v ot spirit was discussed at length by the L. Pulllatn. He is a son of Mr. John Tor all I'olntJ. several speakers, Elder Robert Elder, Pulliam (for whom Mr. John Pulliam, tdko'ioh tickets sold. S. kcndrlcK, do haogaue checked tiiuough. the pastor. Elders J.Livingston, V. T. of the Harrodsburg Democrat, was soph Ballon, J. G. Itifomiatlou cnuulro of Tor any named. I wish to incidentally say) and Brooks, J. Q. Montgomery, Joseph although ho has been a resident of KICK, Agent, JOE S. Stanford, Ky. Snverance. Jr.. R. B. Mahony, Dr. V. Sholbyvlllo for only about 18 months, M. Doores. Elders J. T. Sharrard and he has Inirratlatcd himself Into tho QUEEN & CRESCENT. J. W. McGarvy, Jr., and tho broad good will of tho people of Shelby and Trains pass Junction City as follows: of religion was extolled. 02 p m minded sort defeated two of the most popular young No.LSou,u....U7an, No. 2 Nor,., Mr. Peter W. Carter makes the best men in the county. A democratic nom,m :::::: -- Soi presiding otlicer imaginable and is an ination in his adopted county Is equivafi do not run Sunday. 9 mA excellent talker. The reports from lent to election. His past political 3 and City, neither co no further South than Junction the several churches proved the great achievements have been remarkable do they run Sunday!'. rood thev are doing. The next meet and his innumerable friends in Lincoln FRANKFORT AND CHCINHATI RY. inir will ho held at Crab Orch.trJ in hope that he will get there with both VIA UEOltUETOWN. October feet for anything he may see lit to go v. M. A. M p. M A.M. Everv section of Lincoln was reprc after, politically or otherwise. AM2 55 Lve. Somerset, 2,00 235 8'20 " 11 31 " Jet. City. locks 315 630 scnted and old people with silvery Lv 9 The voumr men of ShelbyvUlc are 450 60S 30 300 and blushing maidens radiantly beau ' Kranklort, 11 M 7 20 "6 above par in many respects. In fact, a in tact, no rc- - liner lot making tho application in a 5 30 tiful were numberless, 8 10 Arr I'aris 6 10 except Sunday Dally liirious iratherinjr in the county ever L'oneral wav. as well as spcclllcally, C.D.HEI'CAW.O. V A. excelled this one in any way, in point could not be beaten, it matters not how of good people in attendance, ospe wide the search might be prosecuted. elallv. are more real young lawyers McCormacks church was originally There among them than any town I have vis nut up bv tho Baptists 10 years ago ited in a long time; and if they are as It nasscd into the hands of the! Chris- - brilliant in practice as in conversation, 1S21), but tion denomination in October, they compose a set. as to excellency, in 1S17 what was then a frame building few and far between. was replaced by the present substan The young men of the town, genertial brick, Capt. Daniel McCormack ally speaking, are members of tho doitm the work. Of the many pastors Knights of Pythias and the lodge Is it has since had, Elder Simeon II. King constantly kept busy taking in new Jfc'5 preached the greatest period, about lo w IS I attended the I. O. O. F. L years in all. Its membership numbers members. J lodge thoro Tuesday night and they W Mk S.'i and Elder Robert Elder, an excel nourishing. The lodge room music 1 I lent voung man and good stieaker. is are Pl is the best in the State. A brother was th. nnstor. Mr. Peter Carter says present who joined the Order In 1S1U that tho church hns not missed more nnd through all the Intervening years than one Sunday a year in 40 years when circuma having worship; an excellent record. he has made it iolnt, present once a Absolutely Pure. stances permitted, to be with Mr. Thn Sundnr-schoo,.. ,,l.rnt T. J. Hill week and lend a helping hand in the rviplirited for Its treat leaTcnlnz atrenzth ami Til eolinl. nlnm and a3 our- t.Anl.l.AilnndJ AB.nri. Iho frrfi.1 dissemination of the principles of all forms of .adulteration so common lutliocbeap ars and the average attendance is ;" "Friendship, Love nnd Truth." brands. Tho grave - yard surrounding the IIoyal IUkino roviii:RCo.,N'cvr York. A gentleman told me that the lat cenAmong church is over 100 years old. sus had tho population of U,:i00 divided s I noticed! the in TTNUTST, the old "W. nnd 1.600, the whites having on the ono of Noel Johnson, into 1,700 set iption j(p tho latter number. Whether my indied 1S02. He was the great grandformant was right or not, it Is true that father of Judge J. W. Alcorn and tho Negroes in Shelbyville are too thick to Peytons, so Mr. M. S. Peyton informed bo stirred with a stick. me. Other inscriptions showed that There are many magnificent business sunken graves of many sleeping theto houses, ono of which I was informed Dentist, : Stanford, t Ky. were made nearly 100 years ago, among carries a 5K),000 stock of goods. It Is them many by tho name of McCor- In annearanco from the outside three Office on Iincjster street at Ilesldcnce. mack. Ono of them was that of Mary In one, with clerks as thick as Pankoy, who died In 1810, and who Dr. stores A, S. PRICF, bumble bees In June, or Maccabees in J. F. Peyton says was the mother of Lexington. There are many elegant Burgeon the illustrious Capt. Pankoy, who made residences, which numerically seemed Dentist, himself famous as one of Gen. Frank ITBflfflG Iks out of proiortion to the Wolford'a daring men during the war. to me to houses. Stanford, Ky. J. F. V. business On another monument is inscribed , died Dec. 26, Office orer JlcllfdierU Pni? Store in the Owsley "Elizabeth Goode, That prollllc caue of llres, tho defec. llutldlug. 10:i years," and she has many relaged tlvo Hue, Is responsible for another dis atives yet living in this section. AnSHELBY & SHELBY, other: "John Craig, died in ISOO." Ho astrous conflagration. The handsome e at Lexington built at a coat of Hon. Harvey Helm. a great-uncl- e Proprietors of S112.000 Is now a mass of ruins. It Dr. Peyton, while in the grave-yar- d LIVERY.F KRD& 1 A. LP. STABLE Saturdav. told mo that in 1&")0 he was caught lire at 9:.'t0 Friday morning und was soon a wreck. .Moitol tue rocorus at this church attending a big singing were saved, but many circuit court paJuiictlon City, Ky. school. Many young mdies and Turn mi, pnniint attention, pers were burned. Hurt's masterpiece, reasoualils rates A Ixirlloii of jour patroiiagu Ei were present. Aunt Betsy Car18 "Tho Woman Triumphant," said to be respectfully solleltwl ter, tho mother of Messrs. Ed and Pe- - tho finest statue of a perfectly formed .... f,. ...... lwk W tu " nIt. nl I1ADK "jt llflfl fl woman, extant, which stood under tho iur .uriuif coon, which with a chili around GEORGE H MfKINNEY. ,. 1. ,11.... nr niwl 11'Atlt i thlJ dome, was crushed to pieces by tho 11M IlUCli. HlllJIfrU UJi UIIU MUiu kv liiio bell falling on it and costly crawling into ono of tho huge of distinguished Kentuokians grave-yard- ,, Dinner time Pension & Claim Agent, went up in ilamcs. The building was arrived twoor three of the young ladles of stone, three stories in height and ocwent, to spread dinner on the ground cupied a square In tho centre of the Box 44 S?anfod,Ky. class, happening to do Has had 12 yoarVs practice beforu till tlio for the singing most business part of the city. It was City. J so near where the coon was secreted. erected in 186.'. und was insured for I)op:i tniuuti In Wasliln-jtoHaving about completed their task, ..V,000. Contractors say that it can be ono of them suddenly exclaimed: "What replaced for $40,000. The Sayrc Instiwas that rattling?" Tho coon had tute, four blocks away, caught fire und smelled the dinner and was rattling created a panic among tho pupils, but D I THE POPULAR the chain as if all tho demons in the it was extinguished with little damage-OtheNl 'Millhl!l:liHhiS;i regions of the damned were trying to tho vicinity OlMS) burst the fetters that bound them. Tho lire andbuildings in conllngratlon caught was at a general ladies simply Hew. Reaching the house one time throu:cncd. Both the fire MM MOMMOIN10IM! between tears and shrieks, they told a and tho water pressure MOMSMMOINIOIMIIMI frightful tale. Armed with sticks', companyfor permitting the Haines aro to blamed chairs, &c, the work such havoc with the shovels, pocket-knivevaliant young men, headed by Dr. PeyINIOMMOINIOINI ton, charged on what they believed There is more sunshine than shadwas a irhost In the shape of satan him- - ows, more clear days than rainy ones, Ml self and the coon seemed glad to see more smiles than frowns, more good "V them. His experience with that coon- - than bad in this world If we look in the and fainting while right place for it. "When wo i;o round j tho ladies screaming appa, hunting for the evil of this world it is i telling about it that day expression of tho coon's contempt not hard to II nil, and so it is with that rent when it saw what unintentional commo- which is good. Tho world is what we tion it had inaugurated is yet vividly make it. It is neither worse nor betpictured upon the memory of Dr. Frank ter than tho eople who live in it. Peyton. MM Mrs. Elizabeth Claxton, of near EnThe beautiful Uowers, the twining, in that grave glish, Ind., 72 years old, sheared a clinging Ivy, bo abundant OMOIM yard, the decaying, crumbling tomb- sheep, washed and spun a sutllcleney of graves the wool to make a pair of woman's and the ONI stones sermons tonewly-mad- e IMOINIMII5M thoughtful people, long stockings within 18 hours. preach OlMMOIMOMMOIMlQ right under the shadow of tho old "My wife is a most original woman," many awaiting tho MM QMOMMOINIOM church, where so now sleep, and both said Brown. "Why, when I proposed morn resurrection to her, instead of saying 'this Is so sudyard and church aro dearly loved J. KEED, den,' she said, 'well I think its about Chicago. by hundreds, If not by thousands, both time.' "Harper's Bazar. M O.T.A., II. 1IACON, E. m on account of the living and tho dead. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. MO D.I'.A., IxmUvIHe. JOE F. WATEKS. llrouio Quinine IVtMets. All 107 u .' YKAKS OLt). SKMl-ANNC- I liueklin't Arnica iMwt 6'ii cox-vkntio- reas-ons- utvn In tho world for cut,. lrules Tim ootv', ulrrr jalt rlicmii, fi'wr mw. tetter, rlint IhM liatut. ciilliiUHH, corns auu mi mu i'turumn. li lilrlr ruiv iillmir no nav wiulrrd. It Is KUiira.ttml to give Hrfrctatil.iclloti or money refunded l'rlce M rents cr Nix. I'or sale by . II. V Mcltobcrts, Druggist. seml-tinmn- il Con-vo.- it ITTl tggiBf 111 1 Mher jMv.nVyniloll. " Jl ivllcf nnd euro ol all female complaint's cxertlim n I'ljmoiilli Hoik, ," WOSKS, ll.irre.1hrwsls wsiro alwvo !) points. " wonderful, dlrwt Influence. In hlH5 slretulli and TIN IXD SHEET All titno tntlieorsanv II you lure low of niotllf, CIlVKi DUOS, I'ros., Junction City Ky. ronthvatlon, headache, f.ilntliic sv!ll or n nervous, llli ltrd,exclt.ihle, melancliolvIs or tniuhleil you the medicine dlwy ell r.littrle Hitters Solo proprietor of Dean's lllaik Diamond Hoot iiwtf lleiilthand trenth aro murmilwl ly II; I'ulut. Ustlniatw jurnlslust for twttntliitt wi.J, use. Only W rents a Uiltlenl W. 11. Mcltol-erlAll metal .and Iron roofs. Satlf ictlon Kiiarantced1illllt drugstore. . ...... I I... I. ... roots IMIIIllfsi Willi i.rnn 9 I.I..L .'klnl.li.ll.l i.i. d I Cistern I'limpa warranted for yearn. Dealer In Hood Thrr? it XoHiiwj andl..ilvanlnsl Iron Killers. UalvBiiUisl and Dlack aitf Iron ItootliiRof all llnds. There Is iiothlnn Just as rwxI as lr. Kilns' New so llwfery for rinsuniitlon I'oiiisns amitoloius, ou On Mt.iii Slttct, Stiinfoiil, s.U deinainl It and do not irmlt llm denier THOKOl'OIIHUKD Ho will not claim tlierols any. soiiiesu'istllute ! tntlii; Itner, nm in nmw m i oil may claim somelhlnR elc lo lo Just as pxl. King's New Discovery lieeaiw you know want Hr. Tho most pro- Apply lo s.fe and reliable and Kti.irrflite.sl to lo K""l It to lllli of nil lireeils, or money refnnde.1. I'or coujshs, colds and all uttiilii tin greatthe IhnMt, chest and luniss t hero is Triest weight, fatten iioi1iii!hcm1iis Dr KIliR'sNew Dlvmery. Keg- .....li. nl t. ,i run,. al lottfo freo al V. II. Msltnlierts' dru store. ,TW.ra3SPsVl,.,:irs rendv tor ularslfe.K'c aim ;i. m l'lLrS .... - n ......I.... f.llt ..nil k.iH iilri.flill ttlswl ! !MI II l' X'll.s l.lli. nuin - Did You Kier Try r.lectrlclllilersasa remedy for sour Irouldc ? If not, Ret a liottle now midget relief Tlil medicine haslwn fjuinl to lie wullaily adalo.l lo tho 1'oultry Yard. ItoyleCo. lllin-Orr- r-. money In Dwelling House on Danville Street, StanA word lo tho farmers. II you nnV "I l'i V,"" ,,l!",, ford. ICv.. containing Nino ltootns and Ce- this day nnd lime ou llar; wlt'll nil oiitlmlidlngs wunteil. Cistern and Vip lliorouxlilinslt. They nialure earlier with imeineiit of mom than M rrn-iil- . a anil two llvilrantN. The nlmvo property Is ol pmtltyanU Is such that llicre can Tlicnrr mU In In no our In tin nesi lopair. inn on all i'H ferlllo when .hlped lireeils. Wo tsuaranlee U J. II. IIKJOIXS. STANtllltll, Kv. 11 It lied I'll Haines- Imp setting ol 13 I J0H. W . " " " FOR SALE ! Oriag Bros.' Puro Bred Poultry. .! J.T.Jones, Ml Ix-- Siirlwr tVtel.rated I'll sine " WldtoCreslcil While l'olish " " ItMChj., Imported " llhuk.Minorca. - '' ' J g" STANFORD, s TORE ROM iri 1 Winona Assembly Grounds, Warsaw, Ind. This meeting Is May '21 to Juno 2nd. Hound trip tickets are on sale via the Queen fc Crescent and Cincinnati at half rates. Ask agents for Presbyterian General Assembly, ,i...'. of either se, iiotakln. yiiestlons anil corresMii(ienco pnimpuvanswereii. J. SI. & B. J. McSOLESTS, Stanford. 1 k5S2i sH J. T. - DUROC HOGS FOE; IREHSTT W.P. WALTON. 3STOTICE fr SXJTTONT, Kentucky A W. C. Rlnoarson, gen'l Hustonville. pas'r nirt., Cincinnati, O. particulars. Tho WtMsTllold. Undertaker, plank fence, All persons deslrli g IaouI l'"t p.il and railing or wlro fence ran llnd wbat they Creek, on tin pike want at my store near Cedar lending from Crab Onhaid lo Stanfonl I also keep nn hand a supply of plank for filming. .Ill Llnds of lumber for linllillng purpow., aisu ixwnis desiring any aitlrle of and shingle. All vn-V lint kiuu can emu on mo ai l W. al.Mil.l.Io.S. "? ; Si Cnvk. if Note-N- os. Offers hl scrvlcvs to tlio people Intl.. Now, print tho and Casoy isiunths,, Hock ol CotUmalid Caskfollow Inj: In ri'pird to nn old nwlilcnt of tts always on iiauu. trt for that pluco. "Frank Mcviy. N. A.ninny D S. Carpcnlvr. Manager. In tla einplov of tin 1... .Vt. vai ChamlM-rlnlii s llv. lioro, nays.: "I fiiivo Collo. Cholera nnil DiarrlKi'ii Itciiu'ih for 10 In my voaiN or lonp'r am noi'r without It n-- i'n - EARN MONEY. The N'IOKKMj MAOAZIXi: wants giKKl relinlile agent to can vns for Riiliocrlptions. A very good rale of cb1i rotninlssltm will he given, or bicycle premiums If preferred. All material and urn Apply plo copies furnished fu-o- . nt once. It." famlh. "It I'or Mile liv Cralj; g In taky Nusjn'ollk for all lowol illMinUr, IC I - FIRE INSURANCE. Hooker, Stanford, . P0YAL wml The Best Ecmedy fsr Ebcunatlsia. I'mtil tho 1'alrliavcii. X. Y.. Ki'RMor: Mr. JaiiH'i ltowlanil, of thU vlllap'. Matiw that MMirs III- wife liu- - l'eiiasiifrervrfroin for A few nights ngiilii wan In rluMiinntNin. lit; siteli lulu that Mio was luail) fta -- ent Mr. Ilowland for the ihx'lor. lull he hail Halm Mini road of CliunilierltilirH l'aln he went to of going for the the store ami eourt)il a hi- Imlllo of It. Ills wife did not approvi' of - piirt'linse at llrst. Iiul nevertheless appllcil the Halm tliorousli-l- v anil In an hour's time wasiihle lo pi to sleep. She now applies It whenever she feels an aehe or a imlu and llml that It 0 no Ilesas thatdid ii vs gives relief. her as ever which she hail um-imuoh gmiil The 23 ami 30o sles for sale liy Crnlg A. Hooker. DruggWt. Stanfonl. Ky. -'J jilix-Iolan w inedl-0111I FHlBJNflX Insurance Companv, OF I1ROOKL1N. The Nickell Magazine, ISO Summer Street, lioston, Miisx Tornado Insurance Cjcl-ine ! ars Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUNOISU Tornadoes and Wiiiil so uuinerotis nnd dostriietho that the ptop-ert- y owners should t0". A. (r I.A.MUU Protect Their Property Trout them us well ns from I'lre und Lightning. TornadiH-- s and I'lrs lire liable to occur nt nuy time. S) lake out a oll'' In any None bill of my companies). . ,. , llill B. what Kdwards A Parker, Plains, lia- - sa of Chaiiilnirlalns Pain Halm, for rheumatism, limit iMiek.ileep jialns. Sold l Crnlg and A: llivker. Druggist- -. Manford. Ky. That Is mer-ohants- of mn-oiil- ar "ItlsthoBestcnZarth." - mm. . RB.MAHONY.Agt, a &TAMOKD. KY. ClSILKMAN. Jon. FIRST CLASS COMPANIES -- ! POWDER I I ,,,,:, l. lll-iiu- 4 ,,., and 2nd tickJune t Iw sold by the Queen .S: ets will und F. A: C. Hyp. to the Statu Convention, Frankfort and return, at ono fare, limited to theoth. Ask for tickets, "via Georgetown," tho only quick connection. C. D. Uercaw.,G P. A. Democrats. lt lltpreented Ctx--cen- INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. JESSE D. "WEAREN, (it'iienil Apent, Stanford. ICy BERBEE Oommorco 5 QBLSTLBMB. DR. tomb-stone- "C ANDY I KITCHEN. MAS.l!.US. "BIG ltOl'TIi 4: Building, Louisville. Hit? The llest Line toand I'rotH can now supply tlic pooplt' with !'rt"di Candy of ninny vurlctlt ami nuH'rIor oxcel- ItMiey every dnv. I win making It my'lf aiidiruitrnntwsatlifactliin. Ohi nn n cull. .1. A. !TEPIIKNS()N. Stiuiford. Agent Througlioul Niitli. TO L-- 12 1 J O A N D D 12T RO IT All I'olDUluMlrlilgan. -- Ik1 Agent, Kentucky. 171 CHICAGO. PIANOS AND OHGANS. Stanford, Docker HalucH lln,. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tlis Tnnnel "White City Special." Iksit Trrinlml Matlon. Kllluirton Pros'. Piano. 1'Iatnw. c. Iliiinllton Organs and other Estoy Orpins Sou my Duy. Oooil-nn- D. II. Il.ililwlii PIam. PlnnoH, riM'hur riuiKW, J, B. HIGGINS, ( -- BOSTON. Wanner Seeping Cars. DF.AI.F.H IN- - d 10 W. Got My Prlcs Ileforw you T. WllltK. Crali Orfhard. .1IIIKCH. N1SW YORK. PIOQC. Hullel IarIor Cars, Waitnrr SleeidtiK Cars, l'rlvat (jiiiparlmeut Can, Itlivmt Coaitie and Din. Ing Cars. lie Mire your tickets E. O. MtCOKMlCK. pariTI I W flQOIlS, 18-10- court-hous- DEALERS com Coal Yard. noel & son, IN ure Vehicles, real via "IIIO I'Ol'K" COHL, i Order Office and l'eel Hxcliant't, near Hie ltallroad iimi iray, Agricultural Implemen ts, High-Grad- o laseni;er Traltlc Mr., D II. MAIITIN, (leu. 1'aw. A Tkl. Aist. CINCINNATI, (IIIIO. StonfoSTIitntuoicy. ger-tlem- en KIrt-Cl- a U1. "- , 1 1 . Commissioner's Sale J. LINCOLN CUtlTlT COl'KT. Ai'.. vs. W. M. (iwvtev. Jr., Tru-te- i. i'lddler. &... Defli. In Iiulty. Dv vlrtuo of a Judgment and onlur of hIj of tim l.liieoln Clivnlt Court, reinli'ted at It styled l Anrll ierm. 1MIT. In net Ion. the inulerilKiifil ConitiiNiIoner will, S. Mi,-clne W STANIdllD, B, KepreM.nted. O.l.ce on G(mmN Wlltnm, F&li up Capital, Main Stiiot,opiMlte I.linore i More. Surplus, htniiforil. lotituck. J. I. TO'ITKN. ."Sai.kjiman. Fertilizers and Coal. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. KV 5200,000.00 17,603 80 ! . . 1 lt old-fashi- . 1 pot-trai- ts tomb-stone- s. On MClllay, JUaO coiirt-lioii- lS, lUy, MOIMOMOIMOMM door In Stanford, Hefore the sell to the hlliext ami li"t lililder at puldlo outer the following iloscrllied projMTty, to-wlt: M0M r MMOMO s, IMINOIW - pmpm j--z. lOM'.Rr dwm tTi J NOME mm Mm and-Jth- mm IMM00I1M0IN10M BMM0uOMMO' u OM Fred Hoetmun was hanged at Paxton, 111., for killing a woman. In Lincoln county and bounded u I follows: IlcL'liinliiL' nt a stake 'M feet from the centre of tho loti!ille and Niihlivlllu ltallroad. tluiice N. H K. i'O jiole.s 11 links to n stone at the fence on the land of Franklin Ottslov farm, thence his lino X. fi'J K. Km class of combined lioros Unit attrnct huy-er- s xilcs to ti btouo In tho laud, corner toNiild and bring good price, regardless or guiOwslev and Mrs. Diidderar, thenco her lino les. court-hous- e. along said lino X. iW V. i'.l poles 0 links to a stake, thenco X. IT V. 11)3 H)los to a whltu oak tree, thenco X. Mi W. 23 K)les HI links to a stone nenr a stump, thenco X. !4 W. OS poles lh links to a stake In tho Dudderar's MP.! road outside of tho gate wheto a sugar tree was called for. thenco f. 4S V. 52 poles STAXKOUD, KV. ton stake In said road :i:i feet from tho cenriiilrotid. thenco S. W, E. ai poles tre of tho All kinds orVpilrlnjf done at rtusomldo rate to tho centre of tho Danville und Crab Orchard turnpike, thenco with centre of tho said UphoLtcring a ecUlty. S.llsfactlo i KUTaneed plko X. h K. 10 polos, thenco leaving wild plko with tho railroad lino .. !ls?4 K. Mi mIos to a telegraph 'Kilo, thenco S. 'AVA K. 14 (Miles IS links to miotliur telegraph olo, thonco S. :t K. II poles 17 links to another telegraph lKilo, thenco H. Illjtj K. "lt poles to tho . .!!.. a! nil irt.l.l. i . .. -- ... Will carry a containing 101) Acres 1 I loud nnd 31 this year thani.irner notk i rui.n.-- wll cheaper than er Iwforcand will Poles, e.xceiit so much tliunif as was sold by miylnxly Plowi: The Oliver Cldlleil, iilcaii, Joseph McAllster to Christian Koehlor anil Sliver Steel and Uhattanoom and polutj ol all ... ....!.. . . . ....I uuuureu !. rt .i V. II. Dudilerar, two small tracts, and by IClllllS. UUlllTUIinsuil .i ....-..-Talln Win. Fiddler and wlfo to J. U. Florence, make, the Uisl In tho world. 1 ariuem, call In aud leaving about 107 acres, bo tho samomoroor Ket any tiling you want from a lmggy down. D. S. CAUIT.XTKU. ltesptctlully, , less. Tho said tract of, land will Iki sold as- h whole, for tho purxiso of settling up tho trust estate and out of tho proceeds thero will bo first paid tho lien debt of W. M. FidMRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . dler of 52,000 with Interest thereon from tho 2Sth day of August, lssl), subject to ti ciedlfc j of 8300 paid Feb. I. 1H7. Terms of Salo: In two equal Installment of 0 and 12 months, bearing Interest from day of sale until paid, payable to the ComNewly furnished, clean beds; splendid Taks Laxative having tho force and effect of talilo. EvetTth'nvf llrat-clasPortiru Diiitacliti refund tho money If It falls to Cure. For missioner and hale by W U. Mcllobcrti, Cng A Hockor anl U. judgments. Lien retained. SO It. O. WAUREX. Coai'r. i iu Jet nil trains. L. l'euuy, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. nt Tract of tltuiitcl -- A ZLja-rid.-- 1 Ily provision of Us charter, depositors are fully protected us are depositors in National lkiiika, Its sliaruholders Ixliirf held Indiwdtially lluldotu llie extent of the amount of their stmk therein al HADE. M. the par value thereof, In adillllou to tlieaiuuiiut In10 It may actus executor, vested In such shurn trustee, Ac , as fully as an Individual. Ii'iiilcrliit! imr thnfikstu llm-- o who haSHeiilrust. Money to loan on Improved city pn.'rty or isl their liiilums to us, wolrust Ihoy will coutlnue ducthe farms In Stanfonl and Lincoln csiunly a to do so, and we oiler us a guarantee for prompt atNsnil Annually d fli.riviit. iMyal.le public or c.riratlon olliilalst tention to same our 20 yearn' exiwrleiicu In furiilsli Uimu as HKnil acisimtiiodatluiis mare consistent reason Kxeculon., Adinlnlstratorsor (niardlaii at lni In- - with sound luukliiK, .. . ...r ' I., nr nf hi. Im! aoieiaies. sm .....!.. i.... ... IUHKI.TUKS. .uraiicoCiiipanUsdoliiKlMi.snrsla Kenluckyaiijl holder. ,iiclttniiiBtirpru.-rtJ.J. Williams, Ml. Vertion; W. II. Cummins, IViuchersvllIe: .UteMiuoas OX, .1. II. Owsley, J.S 0ley,Sr., S. II. Shanks, William (iooch, S. J. L'uiliry, J. 1'. Cash, A. V. Car'iitcr; J, K. Lynn, J. N. Meiiefcc. orricvKS. no. asois. S. II. Shanks, l'resldenti Producer of coinliliied und LaMern iimi'i J. II. Owsley, Cashier, hell for good prices, will iiiako tho jires-uthat W.M. Ilrlght, Teller at Tkn Doi.i.aks to liiNiiru ti hfiiMin Also jack, Koscoe, iitsStoliiMiro l.Kr.U. h living colt. N. 1L Dorsov aolililust linn produced n ME! UUJBB jn. ""jUy .' DORSGYGOLDDUST r fr uni "' hank-inlan- 1 - FIRSTNATIONALBANK Ol-- ' STANIOllD, KV. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,760. Un-der H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, .? 1 -.- Attention of the public is called to thn fact that this is thu only National Dank In Stanford. tho jiniuslous ot tlio National Dank Act depositors aro secured not only hy the capital stock, but hy the stockholders' liability for an amount equal Hi the stock, so that dcjxmltors uf this Instituby a fund 1'ive sworn tion are tatcuivutsof the coudillouol tho Hank aro made each year to the United States (oieriimcut and It asM-taro cxatuluel at slated times by government axcnti, thus securing addition:! aud 'wrfwt aalet to detxislturs. This Institution originally established as the ilank of Stanford In ltsll, then rwruanlied a tho National Dank ofhtaulurd ' I Mil andaaln reoritanlztsl as thu I'lrst National Dank of Stanford In !('.', has had practically an uiilulerrupted existence for 35 years. It Is letter supplied now wit, laclllties for truusjctlni: business promplly and liberally than ver livfore In Its loin; and honoralde career. Accounts uf Individuals, fiduciaries, II nil s id in llvlduali solicited. ofS-tOV- 1! DIRECTORS. V. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Itaydcn, Stanford S. T. Harris, " S. 11. llaughman, T.I-- . IIUL J.S. Docker, "-K. L. Tanner, McKliuiey. W. A. Tribble, " .1 II. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernou. iif, D. Limore, Manlonl. Mason Hotel d. Lancaster, Kentucky. I. S. Docker, President; J. .1. Mclloberti, Cashier A. A. McKlnuey, AssUtantCasblcr, Who caa thick of soma simple thing; to patent) Pntect your Ideaai they may bring you wealth. juiih wxuihuuiuiui c uo., rtent Attor wWashington, D. C.for their a)I,U pruw oflar orrtcsRS. Wanted-- An Idea ). Vt ot twpu4sxl taiTMUoM waatto.