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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895062501 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 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. A Sermon by Eld. W, L. Williams. Ah wo rend down Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 25. 1895. NO. 34 -- i M tament was organized? Hear Jesus, is of equal authority with the other.be LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. "Upon this rock I will build my church." sides ftilMlinK hIodk the the requirements of tht I Henry P. Brown, Sr., who has been hot other foundation can .lexical import of tho original word, am church history throni each BiicceedltiK Hear laul. no man lay than that Is laid, which is confirmed by tho universal ueneration, tho wisJom of men proves testimony of quUo siok i8 now convalescing, ' Tue firpt watermelons havo arrived to he n Btupendoua folly and that which Jesus Christ." Now "if any innti build jail church history. Truly the wisdom of . ... .1... O...I1. ... . . iuib luuiiuauon, ivc." "See liero is tho wiedoni of men pronounced to ho ui Hum uiu ouuui anu our mercnanls aro man "is foolishness with God." Belling them at very reasonable prices. . hinders mtt to bo baptized," AcIb folly iiHB been shown to ho thu wisdom I am representing the North-westerMutual Life Insurance Co. in OF A LOCAL NATURE. Up to tho present time there has the loan department and am ready of God nud fitronytr than men. From 3, Philip Baid, "if thou balievest with all to make loans in this and adjoinbeen n ty,,,,,d f?v?r hl our milIat' nnd ing counties. the birth of Popedom down to tho birth thy heart, thou mayest, and he answered -E- llMbethtown Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full invoted to Issue bonds every precaution is being taken against of the latest horn denomination, rivalry, nnd said, I beliuvo that Jesus Christ 13 for water formation and application, apply to works strife, jealousy and division havo marked the son of God." Upon the confession oj The News says Middlesboro's fine it. The health of our town has been untheir history. It has not heen so much that ono truth, tho Kunuch was baptiz- hotel, tho Middlesboro, may soon bo re- usually good this year. JOECN" Tho Christian Endeavor Society of a BtriU'Klu to convert thu nations to ed. opened. was organized at this place a short What prlnciplo diflerentiated Christ ami save the souIb of men in tho Tho city council of Versailles baa which heaven, ns it has been a struuillo for church of tho Xuw Testament from the closed a contract for a plant which will timu ago is increasing in numbers and interest. It is a wonderful help to the place and for power and for tho advan- Pharisees, Sadmees and all other relig- furnish 35 hrc lights. ious bodies? It was faith in Jesus as the young people as well as to the older tage of each denomination. Each party Willie Hill, tho son of coming out of Its original party, proceeds Son of God and submission to his au- J. S. Hill, of Lwrcnceburg, was kicked ones. Thu PresbytorianB will begin the to organize its forces upon some special thority, nothing less, nothing more. to death by a horso he was trying to If then a given body of people, tired erection of their now school building dogma peculiar to itself, so that to day catch. within 30 days on the site where the the leading protestaut denominations, of division, turn to tho word of God and A passing train in Jessamine county seminary now stauds. VniEjiiVKaiiiiHiiiiiiiBSflniHlK Tho present fA" 15 KniHcopallans, Presbyterians, Methodists "diligently osk for thu old paths, where set firo to n field of wheat and destroyed building will be torn down and n very nuu Baptists have brought forth quite n is tho good way and walk therein," 1.11 shocks and also burned eight acres heartily the same truths as believed of clover. handsome building erected. family of children; so numerous indeed in tho beginning and obey from the The hum of tho saw, the whistle of that their number can scarcely bo told. -- Dr. A. Gatliff offers Williamsburg the engines, tho streets and roads crowdJuat how many kinds of Iitptists, Moth heart, the same Lord Jesns Christ, would Institute a pieco of property worth 0 ed with tan bark wagons, and the hustle odists and Presbyterians there are, wo it b just, gencrouB, or charitable or truo on condition that others will supply of tho merchants and other business know not, but each sect being organized to facts, to assert of them, as an organi- its pressing needs. upon its own distinctive plea that differ- zation, that it wbb as legitimately n sect James D. Black, of Barbourville, is men all indicate general improvement and a restoration of confidenco and a entiates It from all others, proceeds to among sects as any others? It is not de- receiving attention aj a dark horse in breaking up of hard nied, but admitted, that there aro as the race for times. propagate its distinctive dogmas and governor. Fastem KenTho coal operators and miners of the them with the title of "thu faith" genuine sectarians inspirit among us as tucky men are trying to work up a boom Laurel district had a meeting at Pittsof that particular church. Accordingly can be found in other bodies. Hut we for him. when persons are to be admitted to mem do claim to hold tho same differential Stanford, Ky. Harry L. Drake, a young Fayette burg, but nothing was affected. The Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, miners refused to arbitrate tho differenbershlp, it is but a logical consequence truth as was held by the church in the county farmer, but wtio until a few years ces and the operators are at a loss to uno admit them to membership by baptiz- beginning and to build tho church upon ago was a merchant in Danville, was derstand tho situation as arbitration is One Gallon of-ing them Into the faith of this particular that ono truth and allow perfect freedom fearfully cut by a drunken negro named ono of in all things not involved in that truth. Win. Curry, whom tho principles of the order of church. Indeed we once heard tho he had recently disKnightB of Labor. clergyman propound the qucs Hut all things necessary to godliness aro charged. Tho committee on building the new tlon to parents presenting their infants involved in it, we mention a few strange Jailer Henry Welch, of Nicholasville, for baptivn: "Do yon desire these your (acts. was standing on the corner during an al- Methodist Bchool had a meeting this Some of tho most important and the tercation oflspring to be baptized into thu faith of Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you between two negroes when he morning and report that something over $10,000 had beeu subscribed for that church''" "If so. answer, I do' most clearly spoken truths by our Lord was struck with a rock thrown by tho ono of to his disciples wero utterly unseen and them, and ono of and the required nnsner was given. tho bones of his leg school. $20,000 insures the Bchool and it is conceded that tho amount will be Uut we have shown that the faith of unapprehended by them, such ns his broken below tho kneo. any given denomination an such, wan deatli for theoius of tho world and the Suit for damages in the sum of $15,-0- raised. These two schools will certainly is that peculiar dogma that differentiated spiritual nature of his kingdom nud the was filed by Susin Evans, of Grays, bring London to the front in an educathat church from nil others; consequent- universality of tho gospel. Why did against North Jeliico Coal Company, for tional point. The court house has been newly ly this baptism as conducting thu sub- they not understand these truths? Sim- the death of her husband, caused by thu painted inside and out and the yard has jects into thu faith of that particular de. ply becnuse of their former false teach- alleued negligent operation of tho coal nomination as such, could place the sub- ing. It appears strange indeed to us that mines. Tho accident occurrred last been cleaned nnd leveled ofl so that it Any Shade you like. looks like a city building. A new walk jects in no new relation to God, nor to they wero so slow of heart to understand AprP, but Evans survived six weeks. is being built from the Jeius ChriBt nor tho holy spirit, as its some of tho plainest truths of the gose to A ppecial to tho l tho depot which is very badly needed. only avowed pnrposu was to "baptiz? pel from Bnrbourvillo says: "News Iibb It is equally strange to us that other been received here present town board is certainly dothem into tho faith of tho church " that Gus Loeb and The somo ing good work and our town will Besides, n denominational Christianity is questions, in no remote seneo connect his wife, Julia, Hebrew peddlers, were unsatisfying. Kvery Christ-tille- d heart, ed with the diviuity of Christ, could ev- murdered in Harlan county Sunday, soon be in good condition. tilled with tho love of God ami hurduu-e- d er have become basal truths, in the between Harlan and Harrc-gatMATRIM0NIALMATTERS. with an earnest desire for tho salva- etiurch thereby supplanting the LordTenn-- , by sir masked men. Rob.Dealer in. tion of tho world, hungers for sympathy ship of Jesus, so far as tho organization bery was the only cause for Robert Williams and Miss Lovella the crime. of his church is concerned. and the spiritual fellowship of all the The murderers have not been captured. Portwood, of Lawrenceburg, eloped to It is equally strange that the church Gus Loeb has a brother doing bus- Lexington and wero married. children of God. Thu soul takes on the largeness of tho continued todrift and divide into warring iness now in Philadelphia." A New York woman rented a dress heart of Christ, nor knows any party af- sects for 15 centuries, having an infallible to get married in and was arreBted for A Reckless Judge. ter the llesh and reaches out unselfishly book, but no man nor body of men, able stealing it while the ceremony was being to embrace all Christian people within to bring order out of confusion and reTho judge of a Western court, in or Baid. its fellowship and bring thu whole world store tho unity of the spirit in the bond der to Becure a Bafer and more civilized J. M. Acton, of Woodstock, Pulaski to the acceptance of the ono Lord and of peace. False teaching had blinded condition of ailaira in tho courtroom, county, and Miss Louisa Morgan, of O. Prompt attention given ,to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from surone Redeemer, Jesus Christ, and devout- her eyes and emasculated her of her asked the 12 jurymen and the 10 attor- K., this county, wero married at the rounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. ly prays, "and let the whole earth bo power. neys to placo their pistols in a pile in bride's homo Sunday. there sleep In their quiet grave, the corner of the room, but their seemrilled with his glory, amen and amen." A wedding is predicted for Another serious charge may be main- upon one of Bethany's hills in West ed to be some hesitancy in complying The groom-elei6 a well known tained in that it requires a needless waste Virginia, the bones of one whoso life of with the request, and the judge insisted. young railroad man, while the intended of thu Lord's treasure, both of men and service for God and humanity, justly en'If Your Honor will put his down bride is a little beauty of this place. money. In many country villages aro titles him to a sacred place in the mem- first," suggested the foreman of the jury, And The Corbin Enterprise, whose editcr found from three to five church houses ory of every believer in the Son of God. "I guesa the balance of us will follow has a libel suit on his hands, says: "When That one is Alexander Campbell. While suit." with a ditlerent preacher for each one and ouly about a fourth of a congrega- living, small minds defamed him, bigots "Certainly, gents," replied His Honor, the editor of this paper gets scared so badly that he is afraid to say what he tion for each one. These different de- persecuted him, wise men feared him, and laid hia gnu down in the corner. nominations feel no special interest in devout men respected him, the denomiIn u fow minutes all the othere had he thinks, then the paper will be turned The the prosperity of each other and as a national leaders never understood hirn. done the same, excepting the eheriff over to any weakling that will accept it Among tho most cultured dialecticians of and his deputy who were not included, and one who will go around and find out role attend only their own church and often ftould rather a sinner would re- ilia generation, yet he failed, like his and 23 pistols were reposing peacefully what the people want him to say before saying anything." main in thu world than becomu a mem- Master, to bo understood by tho clergy on the floor. You are invifed to call and see them. m ber of any other church than their own. and impress his divine plea for the unity "Now gents," said His Honor, suddenOycliss You must be an expert rider The preacher usually speaks of tho of the spirit, upon the enlightened con- ly whipping out a gun, "tho first man by this time. people for whom ho preaches as "mem- science of his age. False teaching had who boos near that pile gits it in the Pedall Suro thing! Knocked a man bers of my church." So these denomi- too long entrenched itself in thu religious Heck." In on instant every man's hand went down at a cropsing THE HKRD OK national churches are necessarily exclu- mind to bo easily removed. Yet a beCycliss-We- ll? I don't see the point to his other hip pocket, and as His Honsive, narrow, contracted and cultivate to ginning was made and that beginning Pedall That's easy. If I hadn't been Campbell or dived behind the desk 22 bullets BOmu extent a selfish spirit, but in apitt was made sure. Alexander was the first man of thu ltUli century to went thro' tho window back of whore ho an expert rider I would have lost my of all their narrowness, there is in them nerve and dismounted. R. K. Pror, all, a generosity, Christian charity and dlscovur the truo relation, the divinity of had been sitting, aud 22 men were wait ing for him to stick his head up, but he Christ sustained to thu organized kingGrab Orchard, - - Kentucky. love for God and man. a Christ filled The lazieet mule in Georgia eats grass to truth aud righteousness, that dom of God, Ho was thu first man to did nothing so rash. in Houston county. This mule recently "Put up them guns," he yelled; "put fell from the top of a barn, but before Pigs for tale from the best types of Registere constitute their membership to be rank- grasp the one and only divine truth conhe cerning Jesus, tho Christ, the Son of the up them guns, or I'll fine every d ono reached the ground some one cried Stoct. Ilreeders secured .rum the beat herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited ed ao thu salt of tho earth and tho light of thu world. So too, alongside of the living God, as tho basis of the church of you for contempt of court." "Whoa!" and the intelligent animal narrowness that may exist, there is a and as the only confession man is requir paused while he was yet 10 feet from the Excursion to Old Point Comfort, Va. g for a larger fellowship and ed to make in order to be admitted to On Tuesday, July 30th, tho Chtsa- - tera firma. Atlanta Constitution. a sure trend among thorn all, toward that baptism. This immortal truth, though peake and Ohio will run a special train Blobbs They say an actor is never "unity of spirit" so forcefully inculcated stoutly held by all denominations, had of Pullman palace sleeping cars and day HUSTONYIUUE, KY. afraid to live in a haunted house. In conclusion we lost its organic rotation to the church as coaches from Lexington to Old in thu New Testament. Point Slobbs I suppose because he is usualthe one essential truth to be believed Comfort, leaving I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolunotice some leading objections: at 4:30 i m. and arriv- ly full of spirits, anyhow. and confessed, in order to baptism, but ing Old tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imIt is luplied, "physician, heal thyself," at Point early next afternoon, in Blobbs Yes, and then he always likes possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming are you not as truly a denomination as that which "the builders of denomina timu for a refreshing plunge in the eurf to see tho ghost walk. Philadelphia Re- to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these others? Well, vluwed from tho standpoint tions rejected, the same lias become the before supper. Round trip tickets .will cord. of distinct religious bodies ouly, wu cer- head of the corner." goods will arrive in the next few days. be sold at $13, good to return until AuOno other strange fact is, that the one gust 17th. Stop overs will be granted tainly aro. In this sense tho church of jsaxbv." Sen "Tuk 1 Chrixt founded by his holy apostles in baptism ordained by Jesus Christ sym- at any station on return trip. Special 10 cents in stamps for a handsome copy black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Jsi. 50 worth S3. A good the New Testament, la contrast with oth- bolizing his resurrection from tho dead, will be mado at the Hygeia of the volume "Snap Shots," by the irMens' sandals worth 75c er religious bodies, "was a sect and ev- to bo observed until his second coming, Hotel and also to New York, Washing- repressible Saxby, to W. O. Rinearson, Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for erywhere spoken against," but when the should havo been so obscured by those ton, Virginia Beach and at the surround- gen'l pasa'r agent, Queen nnd Crescent Mens' church of the New Testament is viewed whoso business it was to preserve its ing resorts. A trip to Old Point Com- Route, Cincinnati, O. Send at once. 65c, Sr. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to from the standpoint of tho unity of God, identity, that honest and devout people fort affords a greater variety of recrea- Only a limited edition. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor tho Father and the ono Lord and tho ono could no longer be able, in the light of tion and enjoyment than any other re Halk Fare to Chattanooga. Tho Si 5. spirit and the ono gospel of Christ, as every word of the New Testament, to sort known. Write a postal for descrip- Queen & Crescent Route will made for Si 2. 50 to Si 5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods sell tickets affording the only ono truo religion and determine whether the ordinance was tive circular giving full information. from all points on its line, Juue 25th to are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. worship for the entire raco of man, from originally performed by sprinkling or Special rates from all blue grass towns. 27th, to Chattanooga O-OOI! anu return, at half this standpoint it is no longer a sect, but immersion. Henco many persons have Gkorqe W Bahnky, Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know rates, with liberal limits and conditions rather "the general assembly and church ceased to have any concern on the sub Dis't.Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. Ask ticket agents for particulars. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them of the first born, which are written in ject. We heard a sermon by a clergylower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unHe (approvingly) You're a girl after heaven and to God tho judge of all and man of more than the average ability, in The first thing Colonel Blood, of Kentil you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have to the spirits of just men made perfect, which ho stated that there was not one tucky, noticed when he arrived at the my own heart. in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of She (indignantly)-S- Ir! and to Jesus, the mediator of tho new passage of scripture in the New Testa- Pyramids, was a train of camels. He I'm after striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for nothing of the sort! New Y'ork World. check, covenant and to theblood of sprinkling ment to which anyone could point and promptly uncovered his head. half price. that speaketh better things than tho say, with certainty, "there, that passage "Why do you take off your hat to the Buoklln'a Arnica Salvo. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They blood of Abel. See that you refuse not teaches Bprinkling or immersion." That camels?" criod hia traveling companions? The belt salve in the world for cuti, brumes ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- - are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. the question was intentionally left in ".Because, sab,"4returned the colonel, sores, him that speaketh." hands, chilblains, corns and all stcln eruptions, A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latestshaye, forSi.15 t positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. It is The fundamental point is Involved in doubt, that each one might have the lib- with great dignity, "Ij appreciate anyto give perfect satisfaction money The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." what is,tho basal truth erty of choice between the two." Then thing, sab, that can go three weeks with- guaranteed Price accents per box. For orsale by worth S3- the question; refunded. A. K. renny, oiauiora, ty, which the church of the New Tes accord'ng to thia latest ruling immersion out taking watab." upon JAMES FRYE. Hustonville, Ky. Hno of Money, Money, Money ' . TO LOA-IsTn H. KIRBIT, Insurance Agsnt. WITHERS & H0CKER, eight-year-ol- d bo-lio- ve $35,-00- dig-nlll- es -- oil)-elati- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1.40'. PER ."GALLON. jt 00 Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Courier-Jonrna- court-hous- Court-hous- e e, W. B. McROBERTS, BMUlErS, PI&meOMPTIdMg. FAINTS, OIIU '9 To-da- y ct ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, FARRIS & HARDIN BL.UE-GKA- IN THE COUNTRV. m to-da- y. Duroc Jersey Red Swine Brcnaugh, n spirit-longin- JAMCES FEYB GXjOTiHizcnsra-- Ihuki-rkssihl- e low-rat- es DRESS DS T"ffllHW v woman named Ray charges them with detaining her in the woods overnight. At Allensvllle, this State, thieves Out in Idaho a detective who nosed chloroformed a married woman and stole about too freely on a murder case, was a lock of hair. Out of 36 colored people in Chris- kidnaped, and bound in a boat and left tian couuty who applied for certificates to shoot the rapids of Snake river. He freed himself jnst in time. hb teachers in the public schools, 21 Last Thursday Queen Victoria began made absolute failures. The court of appeals adjourned Sat- the 59th year of her reign. This is actuurday for the Summer vacation. It will ally the longest reign of English history. reconvene on the third Monday in Sep- The "Good Queen Bess" ruled 45 years and the reign of George III practically tember. Two thousand kegs of giant powder ended in 1S10, when the regency began. The defeat of the Rosebery Ministry exploded at KrebbV station, Pa. Though on a trivial motion has been followed by the shock was felt 33 miles nobody whs its resignation. The Queen has sum injured. The Lackawanna Iron and Steel moned Lord Salisbury with a view to Company has granted its 0,000 employes the formation of a Conservative Minisau increase of wages aggregating nearly try. Lord Roeebery has been prime minister nearly 1G months. f 30, 000 monthly. It is reported at Washington that ex A preacher and nine women at TifGov. Francis, of Missouri, chairman of fin, O., have been bound over to court on a charge of robbing a saloon and de- the democratic State central committee, will call a democratic convention in that stroying proparty. management of the Fountain State in about two months to consider The Ferry bicycle track has offered the two the silver question. It will be preceded campaign. famous cyclists, Johnson and Zimmer by a According to a report issued by the man, fl.OOO to race there on July 4. Barney Thompson was shot and bill- government the mineral product of the ed by George North, in Harrison county, United Statea for 1894 was valued at because of his intimacy with North's $524,905,131. This was divided into me$305,-7S- 6 wife, who was Thompson's stepdaughter. tallic $218,1G3.78S; 343, and unspecified $1,000,000. As Gov. Brown has named Friday, next, for the banging of "Bad" Tom Smith, in compared to tbe previous year there was Breathitt county, and it is to be hoped a large decrease in the aggregate output, Dun's weekly review says that rethat nothing will prevent the execution. ports from all parts of the country show The Rev. Frank King, of Portland, Ark., was taken from jail by a negro a rising tide of trade and industry which mob and hanged. He had murdered a threatens here and there to mount too deacon with whose wife he was infat- fast. In Borne branches, the volume of trade is larger than last year or any uated. Two men were killed and 13 persons other year on record. This heavy ininjured by the explosion of a steam crease, it is said, is due to very encourvalve on the whaleback steamer, Chris- aging crop repots and to tbe replenishtopher Columbus, off Waukegon, Satur- ing of stocks which for two years bad been kept as low as possible. day night. Yesterday'B Courier Journal says: R. G. Cunningham, whose home is in er men have been much The Virginia, but who has been a clerk in Washington for 30 years, discouraged by their failure to capture the treasury at committed suicide because his salary more instructed delegates, but, with their instructed delegates for a rallyirg was reduced. At Rushville, Ind., Henry Newman, ing point, they announce their determiaged nine years, sought to Bcare a domes- nation to put tbe screws on the conventic in his father's employ by snapping an tion. Their plan of battle is to force the empty (?) shot gun at her. She was bur- nomination of Hardin first and then to urge the adoption of a currency plank ied next day. , baseball consistent with Hardin's views. They The game was interrupted by the arreBt of declare that they will see to it that the the Chicago players for "breaking the committee on resolutions is tied up un Sabbath." After bail bad been arrang- til a nomination for governor has been ed the game proceeded. made. Tbe sound money men accept The free silver men can count up on- this resort to strategy as a confession of ly 231 delegate votes known to ba in fav weakness." or of a free silver plank. On thn other hand there are 519 votes certain to be FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. cast against a radical silver plank. A good many farmers have begun The directors of the Louisville and cutting their wheat. Nashville railroad have decided to apW. A. Hail bought of James PeppleB peal to the Supreme Court of the United a Bmall bunch of yearling cattle at 2c. States the litigation for poeseesion of the Fou Sale. A lot of pure bred Shor, Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern. aged 20 years, be- horn and Jersey yearling bulls. F. Lindsay Travis, 2t came entangled in the harness while Jockey Leigh was ruled off the driving a pair of mules near Lawrence-burtrack at St. Louis for pulling his mount, was dragged quite a distance and Ray Del Mar. died before the team could be stopped A yearling filly by Salvator, out of for an $18,000 auditoriThe contract Firenzi, was sold in New York to Matt fight um for the has been let at Dallas, Tex. The man- Bjrnes for $25,000. Beazley Bros, sold for Adam Caragers are so certain they can bring off penter to the Hocker brothers a three-yea- r the fight there that they bava raised a old mare for $ 123. fund of $50,000. The Latonia Spring Trize Handicap James Sanders, colored, who killed his wife, was lynched by a mob of whites was won by Pepper'a Brendoo. Tobin and blacks near Port Gibson, Miss. It was second and Pepper third. Domino, at tbe odds of G to 5, won is reported that the daughter who took the Coney Island Handicap at Sheeps-hea- d partafa'ust her mother in the fatal Bay. He carried 130 pounds. quarrel, will also be hanged. The Oakley races begin Thursday. eloped with a 15 J. W. Davis, who girl at Smithland, has been held We notice that Carrol Reid, of this counyear-ol- d over to the grand jury on a charge of se. ty, is on the grounds with 12 horses. Those who are in position to know duction. The Paducah News says he Grannan, the famous be- say that Riley has Beven or eight wives, the last one p'unger, is $25,000 behind on the Latonia ing n young woman in Paducah. Henry Steflen, of Valparaiso, Ind., ruces. Commissioner of Agriculture Mcwhile delirious from typhoid fever, got out of the house. When discovered he Dowell will give 100 out of the State was violently bumping his head against appropriation to be applied aa premiums a stone, cutting ugly gashes and fractu-rin- g on farm products at the Danville fair. M F. Klkin bought ot W. W. Lyon, the skull. The complication caused John F. Cash and R. Cobb a lot of death. At Toledo, U., lius ijireumatter, a butcher cattle at 3c aud of J. II. Baugh- Fort Wayne lumberman, shot and killed man & Co., a bunch of fat hogs at 3J'j. then sat down At Dea Moines, Iowa, Joe Patchen 'A. B. Kemp, a beside tbe man bo had shot and ended went a mile againBt his record of 2:01 his own life with auother bullet. pacing, but could do no better than 2:08, Kemp's intimacy with Streitmatter'a which is the fastest mile paced by a stallion bo far this year. wife was the cause. . dead. sound-money non-metall- ic Frank Withers, of New Orleans, Nightengale, O. J. Hamlin'B great ed States, but there will be also a large shot n toe ofl because it had a corn on it race mare, won a race at Desmoines, number in Canada and some in Mexico. that gave him pain. Iiwn, in which all three heate were trot- For several years thero has boon nioro W. E. Minor, of Breckinridge counted in 2:14J. Klamath was second and or lees trotting in South America and Ky - . Juke 25, 1985 . ' Stanford, trotting in Europe has been steadily on ty, is the newest candidate for commis- Kentucky Union third. Trotting races aro also sioner of agriculture. nast 10 years there were the increase. Durinc the Near Byron Center, Mich., two men imported into this country nearly 30- ,- held in Austria, and there are now a W. P. WALTON. were killed and one was fatally injured 000.000 bushels of potatoes. This im-- 1 fow announcements for Africa, though by the explosion of a boiler. portation was kept up even during the wo do not know of any to take placo in NEWSY NOTES. The chappies can brush up their heaviest potato producing year of the Asia. white stove pipes. The Prince of Wales period. The Standard has raised the price of A yearling Ally, daughter of Salva-to- r wore ono at Ascot the other day. The largest app'o crop over known O jio oil two centa. and Fircnzi, has been sold for $25,000. Johu Walker, of Laporte, Ind., shot in this State is now on tho trees. They A Cincinnati girl killed heraelf by If she keeps up the record mado by othhis wife because she failed to get his actually grow in clusters, and although diving into a vault. great things wero Mexico has ordered 90,000 new rifles breakfast in time for him to take tie many bushels have fallen prematurely, er yearlings of whom the remaining crop is bo large that a great expected simply on account of exceptrain. and other war material. The civil service rules to govern ap many whole or half trees have fallen tional pedigree, she will turn out to bo A ealvation army officer was sent up worth about 23 conts. Ed. in Courier-Journa- l. pointment in the government printing with the weight. lor bigamy a. Scottsburg, Ind. Bales & Wagers have bought in tho A Lookout Mountain car jumped office are expected to be ready by the last two weeks from various parties in middle of July. the track, injuring two men seriously. The Queon & Crescent Route will sell The mammoth tent, Beating 12,000, the county, about 1,000 hogs for the Cin-Hon. W. 0. Bradley thinks that Mr. and $1 10 tickets to LBtonia and return at ono and in which the Eprorth League conven- cinnati market market at Hardin will bo nominated for governor, o d fare from all stations in An Alabama preacher haB been ar- tion ia to be held at Chattanooga, was per hundred. Bales k Wagers, who) will he held this year bought between 3,000 and 4,000 tucky. The races rested for stealing and selling the church dedicated Sunday. Fourteen-year-ol- d cents, shipped from May 23d to June 20th. Ask agunta McCoy lambsatfrom 4 to 4 Katie organ, Bible and hymn books. their first load to Cincinnati Inst week. for particulars. W. O. Rinearson, G. P. Gen. Green Clay Smith s very low hung herself at Pniladelphia because her O. in Washington, suffering from a carbun- s:ster refused to give her a shirt waist They averaged S2 lbs apiece. Richmond A., Cincinnati, Register. she had ptoaiised. cle on bis neck at the base of the brain. No wonder women feel big theso days Trotting races are to be held this A prize of $30,000 francs has been Hon. John Vanaraaker is fixing up year in or near almost every city and with big sleeves and patent stiffening in a borne for poor men out of work. offered by a florist in Mavenne, France, to any one who can produce a plant on town from Maine to California. Not on- their skirts. New York Mail and Ex There will ba accommodations for ly are they held in all parts of tho Unit- - p'ess. which blue roses will bloom. 200. George Crews and Harry Jones, of Judge McPherson, a prominent member of tbb Hopkinsville bar. is Webster county, are missing. A vo'nn Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THE GREAT JUNE Clearance -- :- -: Sale Of Summer Goods at thc- - LOUISVILLE fashions : STORE, 1 $-- 1 one-thir- Ken-hav- Is in full blast now. Hundreds of bargain seekers have visited our stora the past week and went away heavy ladnn with the wonderful bargains obtained. And it looks as though every customer that visited this sale sent their friends. Don't delay purchasing when you can get the newest, handsomest and most stylish goods. All this seasons J At Prices Untouched By Shoes Hers. Dry Goods We arc giving special prices on fine Lawns and dotted Swisses, Dimities, Percales and Challics. from 50c up. 75c up. The Globe STRICTLY We always lead in Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' slippers Children's slippers from 25c up. Men's Shoes from nT.ftfianrNiri yrj 2 S5-- S sm, w jw, - U y rvr--i m T' owns Tra'Tclf. HrJriin !fi m wr m A- -i Clhtbing - House MID-SEASO- N We arc in the lead in men's and boys' fine Clothing. Hoys' Knee rants Suits 75c, worth $1.25. " 1.50. Si, " long ' " 1.50 2.50. ! 11 " .j.oot 2.50 Men's Suits at " 3.00 5.00. " Cheviot Suits, 4.00 " 6.50. " Worsted Suits 5.00 " 7.50. Bargains in Carpets and Matting. 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE STA1TTORD, BITT., A; URI3ANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. SALE! LOT 1. Suits unequalled, in Styles and Texture, formerly $15, $13.50, now .OUR. $10. LOT 2. 90 Decrees Sale. Straw Hats, Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Clay Worsted Suits in grays, browns and blacks, simply unsurpassed in cut, finish, trimmings and fit. Wash goods for ladies in Lawns, Or gandies, Jaconet Duchess, Crepons, Sattccns, Ginghams, India Linens, Paris Muslins. P. Ks. Dotted Swisses in whites and colors in fact everything for Summer free-silv- All wool Suit, good colors and fabrics, formerly $12, $10, now $7.50. LOT 3. Chicago-Clevelan- d will also.'put snlc our large stock of Imported Clay Worsteds, best We Our Shoe stock thisthe Fall trade was bouphtHamburgsohland for nnV at and we propose to give our customers the advantage. There will trimming's and beSt WOrkmanSllip be a freat difference prices now and this Fall and those who can formerly $U, $lb, now should avail, themselves of the advantage. in jj - - La-cc- s. the wm -- -- aawWk all a- - in $12. LOT 4. HUGHES & TATE Reid-Stanfor- g, As good as any STANFORD, KENTUCKY, can make or fit for $35 or $40, we MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. sell now at St. Asaph Carriage Co., merchant tailor All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing done in first class style. Corbett-Fitzbimmo-ns $15. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. LOT 5. Straw Hats sold formerly for 50 and. 75 cents, now MR. E. E. KISLEY. RE EXPERIENCED Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us PEIRTEE. trial. I 35c. LOT 6. SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. $1.25, now Straw Hats, formerly $1.00 and. bar-tende- r, 50c. J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville. Flannel, Worsted, Luster. Call and See Them. H. : J. "- : M'ROBERTS. " .I. . i -- -- " fTrtnTJvj"Tzg-L" -- . , ' !Llzjj!j)jHWMW " r Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Jvitr. 26, 1895 Tuv Dfinlrn' Imltallnn ml nlnca. Wedding presents at Dnukf, tlio eler. Tkv our patent Btove. W. I). Wenrn & Co. iire-hnok. ... ( China dinner eler. Beta at Danks, the and jew- Singer sewing machine oil. W. H. Wearen & Co. jew- Stanford, Kv - Fita nny Shanks'. E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Tub bicycle craza has struck Richmond women and they are importing them by by tho wholesale. Bargains extraordinary. All China again. and wash silks that wero 10c, 50c and 00c Mn. J. II. Aliirioiit, of Brodhead, wrb now go at Severance it Son. is Will Severance at Crab Orchard ... m m ed 5c. A white man who lives in tho knobs, was ordered to tIsIUdk Kobert Farris. yesterday. Misses Doha and A.nnik Strauii uuve be taken to tho . returned from Louisville. Yesterday's Northbound train waB AlL'S Oka Enoch of Somerset, is the loaded to the guards with mountain Kuest of .Mi?a I .mi ra Carter. democrats on their way to tho convenMhs. 0. W. Kki:mkii returned to her tion. homo in Louisville Saturday. Wk havo flecured an expert blackMn. J. II. Kikiiv spent last week in smith who haB been in the employ of Alrtir county working insurance. Prop. J. M. Uumiahd left yesterday for Sandifer, of Danville, and who is highly recommended by him. Give him a trial. Middle Tennessee to visit friends. Mils. J. F. Cummins spent a few days M. S. fc J. W. Banghman. .. with her parents at Crab Orchard. Comk in and eeo my lino of clothing. Mil Grove Kennedy ip assisting A Rent They are cheap, thoy are stylish, they Joe S. Itice at the depot for n few days. aro good. If I can not fit you in ready Mim AuklkSaitlkv has returned from made goods, I can order you a suit. Look a pleasant visit to friends in Richmond. at my large and select lino of samples. Mies Laura Jariioe went down to W. II. Shanks. ... Lebanon yesterday to seo her homefolks. This following gentlemen will furnish Mr. J. Kariss, the Louisville monument man, has beon hero several days. oratory for the Masonic picnic at HusHon. J. Proctor Rkv. Dudley Xl'N.nullky, of Somerset, tonville, July 4th: is visiting his Bister, Mrs. K. T. MattiiiR- - Knott, Mr. II. G. Sandifer and Prof. J M. Worrall, of Danville, and Hon. J. X, iy. Mr. Virgil Smith, of Louisville, was Saunders, of this place. . here again Sunday looking after his inMr. J. It. Brooks, formerly of Crab terests. Orchard, has leased Mr. JOSEPH Severance, Sit , went to Hotel at Harrodsburg the Commercial The Democrat Cincinnati yesterday to buy more Sumsaya "it is hardly necessary to state that mer goods. the high reputation of this hostelry will Miss Annie Biio.vaimui Knoleman bo maintained under the now managefor Chattanooga to visleaves ment." it relatives. Mr. Isaac Cowan, of Casey, is spendTiik friends in this county of Charley ing a few days with bia relative, Mr. J. C. Moore, editor of the Blue Grass Blade, N. Monefeo. will be sorry to learn that his paper has Mibi Lizzie Looan has returned from suspended publication. The majority of a visit to her sinter, Mrs. lien Boyd, at Lincoln county people, however, aro Crab Orchard, glad to know that the advocate of infi. Mr. D. It. Hamilton, of Louisville, delity and prohibition lias thrown up was up Saturday to see his father, Mr. tho sponge. Isaac Hamilton. In speaking of a permanent chairman Miss Florence Myers has returned from Richmond where she has been at- to preside over the railroad convention, the Louisville Post say: "There is a tending College. Mia. Sallie Ha nit trr and little daugh- hot tip out that the Hon. William G. ter, Cora, of St Louis, arrived yesterday Welch, tho biir, brainy lawyer from Stan. ford, may be the successful man. Col. to visit Mrs. D. X. Roller. Mihs Annie Evans Bright, of the Welch is a man who could handle the Hubble section, Is visiting her cousins, delegates in the most approved fashion and absolute fairness be assured to all." Misses Sue and Ressio Woods. ... Mr. Eugene P. Huiiiiakd, of St. Louis, Taxes. Ab quite a number of taxarrived Sunday to spend several weeks payers have allowed their property to be with his father, Mr. J. M. Hubbard. advertised for taxes and knowing that Miosis Lou and IIklln Hockek and many are not conversant with the new Mellle Hockor, of Hustonville, have been revenue law. we herewith submit an exguests of Mrs. G. U. Cooper and daugh- tract from Section i 152 of the new statters. utes: "The owner of any real estate, his Mrs. G. T. Helm and children, Joe representatives, heirs or assigns who Hill, Halite and Pattie, were the guests shall have his real estate sold for taxea, of Mr. Joe F. Waters and family lost shall have the right to redeem the same week. within two years from date ol Bale (July Miss Alice Moore, of Crab Orchard, Sth) by paying tho purchase money with was on Friday's train bound for Louisinterest at the rate of 30 per cent, per ville, where she will visit Mrs. II. annum, and in addition 15 per cent, upon the total amount of tho purchase Mr. II. 0. Rui'LEY and sons, Clay and price and the amount of the clerk's cost." Lee, wont dowu to Marion yeeterday to This taken together with tho siieriU'a spend a few days with Mrs. Dr. It. It. cost of advertising will mako it quite Hourigan. burdensome to tho tax payers who fail Miss .May Bird Givens, of Lincoln to settle before day of sale. county, is visiting her brother, Mr. 1 B. Givens, College street. Harrodsburg Aiiout 200 people attended tho opening hop at Linnletta Park Springs Friday Democrat. Mil. Vehnon Richardson, of Danville, night Hnd danced to their hearts content-spent Sunday and yesterday with his leLouisville band, which has been engion of friends here. He was the guest gaged for the season, furnished the musof Mr. W. II. Shanks. ic and during tho evening delightful reMiss Belle Root, who has spent the freshments wore served. The following last six months with the family of Rev. young people from this place wero presGeorge 0. Barnes at Sanibel Island, FIs., ent and enjoyed Capt. Richards' hospireturned yesterday looking as if her visit tality: Carroll Bailey, Mies Clara Lackdid her good. ey; Jack Rout, Miss Ophelia Lackey; W. B. Weareu, Mies Jennie Dickinson; W. B. Gait. J. B. Douglass and wife, of parsed up Monday on their way to McKinney, Miss Ophelia Thompson; Joo Paint Lick, where they will spend a few L. Deckelmann, Misa Mamie Moore; It. days yisiting Mrs. Douglass' parents. 0. Engleman, Jr.. Mies Georgie Wray; RobortlBruce, Misses Xettio Wray and Corbln Enterprise. Garrard county's delegation to the Mary Bruce; It. M. Xewland, Mies Sallie Louisville convention consisting of Capt. Beutley, and W. F. Sheridan, Gabo Lack, T. A. Elkin, Messrs. W. I. Williams, It ey, Bledsoe Bailey, Ethel Scott, Carroll II. Batson nnd George Karris took the Shanks, Arthur Hill, John Hale, Oharlio Green, Dr. A. S. Price, W. W. Wither" train here yesterday. Hev. W. W. Bruce anil Mr. F. B. and ThouiHB Shanks. Tho band also Twidwell, of Hustonville, were hero yea went and discoursed some of its sweetest terday having some printing dono for music. tho big Masonic picnic, which will bo Burglaries. Judge J. W. Alcorn's held at that place on July 1th, residence was burglarized Saturday night Hons. J. S. Owsley, Sit., W. II. Miller, Judge W. E. Varnon, Mr. J. S. Owsley and the judge's gold watch, two pairs of Jr., and Mr. J, X. Saunders went to geld spectacles, $3 or $4 in money and Louisville Sunday to attend tho demo- bo mo valuable papers stolen. Entrance cratic convention. Messrs. It. C. Warren wa effacted through a parlor window and A. 0. Dunn followed suit yesterday. and several rooms were searched by tho The party given by Mrs. William scamps. Xono of the family wero awakWarren laa&night waa enjoyed by a ened and wero not awaro of what had largo number of friends, but tho pleas- happened until next morning. A largo ure of tho occasion was lessened by tho cake which had been bakod the day benews of tho death of Mrs. Leonora U. fore was partly eaten and some silverware in the dining room had been handDavis, a of Mrs. Warren. led, but none was missing. Tho papers Advocate. were found in an adjoining lot noxt day, but nothing haB been heard of tho othor CITY AND VICINITY. things that wero stolon. On tho same I pit specs. Dauks, tho optician. night an effort was made to get into C. .. Try Dauka, tho optician, for specta- D. Powell's store, but Mr. Hiram Powell, who sleeps thero, was aroused in cles. time to firo a couple of shots, which unBargains in watches this week only fortunately only succeeded in scaring to reduce stock. Danks, the jowolor, the wouU-b- e thieves away. Tho next . MonaAX Bauoiiman, colored, of this morning Mr. Powell found a lot of tools near his store that later on were claimed place, has been granted a pension. . by George Holmes, the colored blackDo not buy until you seo our lino of smith, of Rowland, whoso shop waa raid-oharness, saddles, buggy whips, lap dustho 8diiiB night. Tho rascals had eviters, Ac. Wo btfat tho lowest on prices dently intended to use them in gaining M. S. & J. W. Baugbmau. entrance to the store. hero Friday. IIrhiiiht 1'kick, of Danville, lias been Joe Long, a half-witt- poor-hou- so m m ... ... Jel-lic- o, ( The jury fees for the term of court just ended amount to 1072. There was no The machinery for J. H. Baughman & money in the hands of Mr. G. L. Penny, Co.'s mill has begun to arrive and they trustee of the jury fund, and a majority hope to be able to begin operations again of the jurors sold their claims. by tho let. ... Evidently there is a burglar about Notice. We havo perfected arrange- town anil ncnnlu trm.1.1 .In n !! CH IU 11. IUIA .AT. .rwuiu UU ments bv which we are enabled to ex and bar their doors and windows before change Ihur and meal for grain atali retiring lor the night. The custom of times. J. II . Baughman & Co. leaving a lamp or other light burning in a dwelling Iiouhu is iust wim ) ..rn,ri. We would take it as quite a favor if ing burglar wants you to do, as he can those who owe us for subscription to this !... . . . . I.I- DCO ma way ciear ana have a better paper would settle. Take this to your- v.iuo chance to enter and depart. At least self if you owe us and come up like a l.g.-jRUPLEY,that is what a "reformed" burglar said in man. his confession. . Madison county already has four canCircuit Court. In the cases against didates for Btioriir, notwithstanding the the Danville and Hustonville pike, one election la two years off. They are for charging toll to parties attending Bales, B. It. Million, Hugh Col church on Sunday and tho other for yer and i Cobb. charging excessivo toll, judgements were Is Koceiving His Ouit correspondents, with tho excep munu lor the tleleniiant. The grounds : tion of tho one ut London, failed to come for the latter decision were that the : to our assistance this icsue, but if they rates of toll are rejiulated by the road's Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. will each Bond a newsy letter for Friday's charter passed in 1844 which is not ef paper wo will forgive them. fected by subsequent legislation. . Tho case of T. J. Foster Frank Wilkinson will leave in a few Woods against the L. & X. and E P. railroad for days to locate at Burgin, where he will 100 f damages for delay in delivering a open n barbershop. E.G. Cain, a tine of hogs in Cincinnati took up Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, tonsoriat artist from Louisville, will take the meet of Friday and Saturday and his chair in Ed Wilkinson's shop was decided in favor of tho plaintiff. ... The Richmond Register has this to Judge Alcorn, the L.&X 's attorney, has say about a former citizen of this place: made application for a new trial. The juries were discharged Saturday af"In making bread nobody is in it with &c, &c, It. Z i tinner. He can't bako bread fast ternoon, but Judge Saufley extended the enough to accommodate his customers." court two weeks, during which time he .. will hear some equity and civil cases. The newspapers are Baying some mighty nice things about the editor and CHURCH AFFAIRS. First Week in June. his bude, who are off enjoying their Archbishop Corrig.in denies that he honeymoon. It would give us great evpr intended to forbid Catholic girls pleasure to reproduce them, but a lack of from riding bicycles. spaco forbids. Jamea A. Yates, a professor in WilWk are ratably informed that a sister liamsburg Institute, was married last who became sanctified at the memorable week to Miss Lizzie Bryant, a Somerset Goshen meeting a few weeks ago stated belle. Dealer In- in church that one of tho sine she had Elder Joseph Ballou will preach at committed frequently was that of making Rush Branch church at 11 a. m. next tree sugar and tree molasses out of brown Sunday. His subject will be "Sanctifi-cation.- " sugar. Rev. J. V. Logan, of Richmond, Broke Heh Arm. Mrs. Lucy St.Claire, fell father of the pastor, Rev. S. M. Logan, mother of Mrs. Dr. Steele Bailey, and broke her right wrist Friday. She preached at the Presbyterian church was Bitting in her room when some plas- Sunday. ' Whose Duty is it to Attend Sunday-Schotering fell frgm tho ceiling and in her ef tho Yonng or the Old ?" is the fort to got out of the way sho fell and ETZ subject for discussion by the Young Peopainful accident. met with the above ... ple's Society of the Baptist Church next W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. Mk. J. P. Ballard tells us that Judge Sunday afternoon. W. M. Catron, of tho Pulaski county Rev. J. II. Dew, closed a aucceesful court, decided that Mr. W. A. Morrow meeting at Shawnee Run Baptist church, and the colored attorney were entitled to Mercor county, Sunday nigbt. There the horse that the negro Sebe Gale stole were 32 accesions to tho church. This from him and gave them to defend him church is among the oldest in the State, Besides losiug the horse, Mr. Ballard is being organized in 178S. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and out a gooJ deal for lawyers' fees and the There will be a meeting of the Sunon easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser expense of making several trips to Som- day schools of Lincoln county at the erset. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line Christian church Wednesday evening at best. Messrs. D. B. it S. M. Boone, bocb o( 8 o'clock. Besides the business to be at- of goods as can be found any where in the land. Capt. Sam M. Boone, of Somerset, have tended to there will be an address by I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever bought the Somerset Reporter. In their Prof. J. C. Lewis, of Bowling Green, sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. salutatory they eay "it will bo in the fu superintendent oi Normal Sunday school 57 Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. turc, as in tho past, a firm defender of work for Kentucky. Uncle Joe Hopper continues his in Mrs, Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking the democratic faith and devoted to the best interests of tho people oi Pulaski teresting meetings at Cynthiana Presby- this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue county." Both of the young gentlemen terian church. Services at 9J a. m. and as before. Address havo had newspaper experience and 7J i. m.. Wo dropped in on him several teaching times, his kindly words and earnest sing thoy should do well with the Reporter. ing being most attractive. His theme The Caledonians met at tho court- Thursday evening was the grand feast to house Saturday night, but in deference which so many who wero invited failed to the Phonograph Concert at tho Opera to accept, and warning us not to commit House, the program was cut considera- the great error of treating Christ's invibly. Mr. Samuel W. Menefee called the tation similar. His solo, sunp nt nln in meeting to order and presided with his same spirit was truly inspiring. Paris iiaiml dignity; Misses Flora Ballou nnd neniucEian. Jennie Dickinson and Mr. Ashby WarDEATfTS DOINGS. ren recited with much credit to themselves and Mr. R M. Xewland read a Joseph Long, aged SI, died at his very interesting papr. They will "hold homo near Highland Greatly improved for 1S95 and Sundav of heart the boards" again Saturday night, July disease. Ho was a highly worthyjof consideration. respected cit Oth. izen, an excellent neighbor and will be citizen of sadly missed. Dan Kidd, a Br rpA Casey county, was shot aud killed by a f.hf ! Mrs. MaggieJCrow McAfee, wife of W. named Crockett at a picnic on M. McAfee, of McKinney, died man Saturday "TennesBeo Ridge" in CaBey, Saturday. afternoon of paralysis, superinduced by Kidd who was drinking had an alterca- fever, after an illness of nearly three They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. tion with Crockett, but at the advice of weeks. Mrs. McAfee waa the youngest friends had gone to a shady spot on the daughter of tho late JamesCrowand waa grounds aud waa taking a nap. When an excellent Chriotian lady, a devoted Crockett ran across him he began to wife and a loving mother. A husband shoot biin and continued until bis pistol and three children survive her and in Call and see. waa empted. We also learn that a friend their great loss they have tho sympathy of Crockett's whose name wo could not of tho entire community. Her remains ascertain, fired a few shots into Kidd's were laid to rest in Buffalo Spring Cembody to make certain that the work had etery Sunday afternoon after appropriate boon well done. Crockett is said to be a services by Rev. J. T. Brown. May the bad egg and had recently served a term bereaved ones find consolation in God's THISin the penitentiary. A later report is to word which says, "Blessed are the dead the effect that Kidd was killed in a fight which die in the Lord." with two Crockett brothers, who have not as yet been captured. NKW ADYKBT1SEMKNT3. White Duck vests pants at WJEDBING wfc I FBKSSBNTI DANKS, THE JEWELER. -f- . m ex-She- wtotH&ife Ji-em- SPRING AND SUMMER m Wagon Material, Rims, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, W. H. WEAREN & CO. car-lo- ad AT MEBUOUB FUMOElSo JO0 m K9 WJEA MMN -- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, ol PIANOS and ORGANS. m .i. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. 18S)i Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. woll-know- -- Guarantee Satisfaction -- HIGGINS & McKINNEY, sister-in-la- w d One of the most pleasing little entertainments that has been given in Walton's Opera House for quite awhile was AT LANCASTEKR, KY. the Phonographic Concert on Saturday Store Kooin So feet deep, pUte glass front, the night. The crowd was small, notwith and elejantly standing the admission fee wa3 only 15 latet modern shelvlnc, all new or drug store Cenfor dry goodi, clothing who attended felt amply trally located on the Public Square, amonc the cents, but thoso Unless you are interested in bargains in Dry Goods, Carpets and cash stores of the town Terms and price rhrht. repaid. Mr. Easington, the gentlemanly Address K. 11. BATdO.V. Lancaster. Shoes. This is the time when many houses are aiming to cut their manager, was exceedingly obliging und stocks, but we have not forgotten you, so we are keeping up all lines ho responded to the frequent requests of bia audience with a readiuess that was of Spring and Summer Goods. We know you want to duly appreciated. His phonograph was -:- in pood shape and it could be distinctly heard all over tho house. The selections Ky. wore good and embraced almost everything from tho equoaliug of a pig to tho 3 And we are prepared to assist you. 1893. most oloquent oration and from a banjo to the most ditllcult production of Primary, 1'repaiatory and Collegiate Departsolo ments. Parasols, Fans, Low Shoes, Lawns, White Goods, Underwear, &c. Gilmoro's band. Miss Jennio Dickinson Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot and Mr. A. A. McKinney, Jr., at the reSee our bargains in Silks at 25c. schools of 'Muilc, Art, French and Elocution. Hest quest of both Mr. Essington and his au- own teachers employed, each a specialist in her Department. dience, sang boIos, which were recorded hoarding pupils under the direct supervision oi by tho wonderful little instrument and teachers. For further Information, address 31 WILLIAM S HELTON, President. which were identically reproduced. fur-nuh- Is Not For Yon TO READ. STAflTFOKD Female College, Stanford, FallScssion Opens Sept. ICeep SEVERANCE & SON. T SS3 . -- W M T' , .. SHADOW OF A THOUGHT. una otner I ffabllahod Every Tuesday and Friday I1V HAKItY LANDKR. r K I! 'fLii I Happiness in this world depends I We offer our icmcts to the public to do a gen largely upon ability to forget. It was eral Collecting limine Wcountt, notes, etc not without a feeling of pluasure that collected mall parts ot the county. 11 m lie had accepted De Vaux's invitation Having decided to move U my in Staulnrd, Ky., hate a desirable in to rejoin him in Gray's Inn. Tho the htttlncts portion ol Rowland whleh I ill sM rooms seemed more comfortablo than or rent at a reasonable price. I'or Information apply to, T. C. HALL. before, and the freedom was delightIt is a fact which all leading physicians ful. As tho band upon his hat became I will fo to any place whets there ara six or nclrnit. that nine times out of ten a patient narrower, tho restraint, prompted by wore cattle 10 trhorn. I do tho weik with tht will recover without the assistance of a Llghtnlrg Dthomrr Can dehorn any cew In sympathy, with which men regarded doctor. With the advance of general knowl1 he knife makes a clean, smooth three him, died away. He drifted back to edge people understand better what lo do cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, as tho Dealer in clipper does. It Is the only humane way to defor themselves. Medicines in themselves the old life with a feeling of plensant horn Docs not punish he animal like lbs saw, can not cure Nature alone can cure but expectancy, but to find tho world had and the wund gets well as quick aifaln as that medicines help Nature. Take an illustramade by the saw. Kor further iEformillen. call changed. It surprised him to discover us say you have sick headaches tion. on O. A. VK ION. Stanford. Kv. how selfish Do Vaux had become, while occasionally, with dullness, sour stomach bee the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook. ioi. Kv. tho manners of their "set" pained him. and loss of appetite. You do not need to co to a doctor, for every one will tell you it Their brilliancy seemed to have given it biliousness, and that what you need is a place to flash 'gaseousness, originality liver pill to clean out the bowels and arouse Kashvills, Tenn,, College for Toung Ladies. to carping contentiousness; wit wns the torpid liver to action. I am now ready to deliver Ice irora the Manford now insolent abuse, and humor posiIn this case you can buy many different Water, Lfght and Ice Company's factory tive vulgarity. kinds of liver pills, but the best course is to Yet they wcro tho secure the liver pills and also some TONIC came actors without a "shop," authors Rov.'.Geo. W. F. Pxico, D. D Pros., At .10 Cents Per Hundred Pounds PELLETS for purifying the blood and without a publisher, and less extraorup the system, so that jou will not toning dinary imbeciles without nu object Mrs. S. 0. Trucheart, Former- And oter and.Sc a pound for 10 pounds and up be troubled again. to uto. in life. With indolent interest ho used Hills due istef each mouth You can get both of these medily of Stanford, Ky., Lady Printo expect ereat tliincrs from 6omo of K. 1IKEMF.K, cines, iu separate boxes, for one price discussing holidays. Gapes was saving them, but they were still squatting in cipal. (25 cents) ityou ask your druggist for himself for a month's salmon fishing in the mire. The Junior Gathcrium had Rniiioii'HToiiic I.lvcrPllln Sundcrlandshire, Townio contutuplntud been refurnished, nnd tho cooking was I unci I'cllctn. Together they cure Three Hulldingi, room for e boarders. Faculty of 40 Olficcr 1. Tejuhcrt and Lecturers billeting himself upon his cousin, who excellent, but the enmo decline was Patronage biliousness and constipation. Absolutely My M.lllniry Sto:kn filt ui cwiplste. Call from entire Nuth. Privileges in Yanderbilt Uniwas attached to the embassy at Vien- noticeable among the members. Tho At all dealers, or mall, for 26o..o boxes t l.OO. versity. Muit. Conservatory Art iudio. and eaartune aad )H will.bo sure to buy a new na. Williamson was engaged for a uuos oiti uauooy narrated in Jits corDROWN MFO. CO., New York. Kltio Passenger Elevators Term heitins Sprisg Hat. A cream of tarter baking powvcpt, 1, 1S93. Send lot ataligue 11 jm were, to cruise to Norway, and Elliot ner of the smoking-rooMISSLICC1K ItKAZLEV, der. Highest of all in leavening yachting of the green golf links at the least, unfit for publication, yet say had raved tie Stanford, Kv strength. Latest United States Eastbourne. He had yawned dismally old fellow was his most cherished acJAMES and mentioned Heme bay.with the wifo quaintance in the bygono days. Tlte la a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Government Food Report. boys of Lincoln county, sut.ject 10 the actlou of the Deund family, in tones which quite justi- place abounded in Law, Attornoy SOYAL BAKING POWDER 00., fied Townio in holding hitn up as an a new and, to him, most objectionable mocracy. November rhttiou, 105. awful example of premature matri- species. Tho past belongs to the past; 108 Wall Street, New Yorfc. a man ennnot live his life again. V. S. BURCII, mony. "Poor old fellow, I don't care to say Is a candidate (or Supcrmtindrnt f Public O'liceon I.atcatier Street, oppotitc the Court CORDIALLY : Now, in his heart ho called himself a fool, for in these days a man of thir-t- y disagreeable things about him, but, Schools of Liucula (.ounn , subject to the action House. Collections receive it pec I il attention "i To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which I am opening up I prlJo myself that it is is too young for such responsibili- really, lie had become a most selfish ot the Democratic tarty Tbo following farmers have potted their lands anil that It it bound to please. Havtag toad hunters and trappers will please take notice. ties and well, privations. Of course, beggar," said De Vaux, leaning against bought lor cash and lwriC determined to Sc4! for JOHNTUHNHL'l.L. IT I Ft CO I will take all the hides t can net A. S. PRICK, cask I can Ml at the lowest peulble prices. An he had been quite infatuated with tho mantel-piecesaiulcatiou will convince ymt. niLLiO. fnr caih or trade lar la "Marriage spoils a man utterly;" court dts at Staalnrd or atin my Ihb leather en Kitty, as were several better men. MIIS a A. McKI.V.NEY. Surgeon Chat Ennslic, Tanner. B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhoo The first year of their married life had said his friend ns he knocked the ashes joim Dentist, been as charming as the last chapter from his pipo on to tho carpet. "You w Junks e T J NKS, SH.S. novel, and he had ought to get married again, lie's no of a I good for anything ole." never enjoyed anything so much as Office ever Me Roberts' Drug Stare in the Uwslcy "lie used to bo such n jolly, that delightful scamper about the contiuuing fellow, now he growls at everytinent they had together. Now, there & was tho baby, a jolly little chap, but a thing. The way ho bullies our unresponsibility, and a somewhat costly fortunate laundres is shocking. When : : Ky. one. After all, there was sound wis ho wakes up, he'll make you sweep Sole prepn.lors Dean's Illack Diarsond Roo dom in lownie s cynicism. 'I here nro tno.se asiios from the floor." ami. Kttiraatra furni.ned for painting Wood. "Tho side the man puts on, his astwo aspects of tho marriage question, Metal and 1. 00 lot en our We with &OASTLEMAJN usually considered before nnd after. sumption of virtue, and tho way lie Main street to stll pritate-l- remale Hmise aod House HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. All roofs paintedRoof. .Satisfaction (,uarant..d with Dean's Illack Diamond College. opposite the Pain guaranteed for years Dealers in He was just realizing the unpleasant sneers at us really annoys me. He is contains 6 rooms besides hall and pantry and Is in crn I urnps and Galvanised Iron fillers. ten cis. his services o the r eople ol West Offers 1 MANAGERS, j.m a skeleton at every feast, looks as splendid repair Lare vrd and garden. A de- coin and Catcv Comities F II stock of CoOlus one. home in every particular. 00 hand. more bnocKeu ns a curate if a man tells a lightfulfarr , which contains (! acres, it situated and Caskets always Manager. He had never scon the club look "OQEunorco Building, Louisvillo The D 8. Carpenttr, 95 cozy than it did that afternoon. He racj-- tale, and actually called old on the Knob Lick Pike and toiut K P. Woods. I. Agents throughout the South. U Foster and Mrs. Lawson. Has welcomed by a crowd of men, Soaker a cad because ho could not dwelling, necessary outbuilding and is comfortable had been we'll water life, walk downstairs. I associates of a and apply tn W. A. TBI3BLE, Local Affoaf, the pleasant genuinely happy past meet ing him home in a rememberor bring- ed 31 Particulars MK.-- i HLC.H KLID, Stanford. it cab two to throe who seemed Successor to STANFORD, KY. him again. Ho had been a very popu- years ago, and ho yelled comic songs lar man, and some of them still remem- all tho way." ........Proprietors of.. ....... "It's awful," said Do Vaux, with a bered his little evenings in Gray's inn. NATIONAL BANK What pleasant rooms they were, to bj laugh, "last isunday he came in while sure. At one time ho used to think I was having afternoon tea with some OF STANFORD. KY. STANFORD, KY. Only Duect lAt.e Between that Kitty had sacrificed a great deal ladies, and simply turned upon his Having bought of P. W. Green his Llterv when she married him, but perhaps heel, nnd slammed tho door as he went Capital Stock C?ixiciiiiiatl and added new buggies and horses, we are the renunciation was not so onesided out." prepared to furnish quickest between Shortest.anJ "Well, I'm afraid you can't poison Surplus as ho had imagined. For instance, FIRST-CLAS- S Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, there was the club. Ho could no long- - him and put him out of his misery." TURNOUTS I to the fac Attention of Carlisle, Maysvllle, uynthlana, "He is not our old Selfton, theaters that this it the the public it invited in Stanford On short notice. The traveling public will dad rial will cany a general stock of Uuildlog Matt- er afford to co there, and with it ho and by selling only National Bank Falmouth and Covington. us always ready and willing to lurnlsh Drum, had renounced all intellectual society. bore him, the halls are disgusting. Ho Under the provisions of the National Hank arc secured not only by the capital mors' wagons, either slnzle or double, or Carn Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains Kitty's people and their neighbor won't dance, docs not drink enough to ONTi"ST. run by Central Standard Time. by the stockholders liability lor as ages of ail kinds at very LOW TRICES. Tht enliven a healthy child, smokes in a stock, but Time TabU June a, 1803. adwere rich and respectable. Jlott amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol boy s in and around town wtll also find us the peoWill be enabled to make town of S400.000. ple lo than mirable of their kind, they ate, drank, corner and growls. At tho club no ono this institution are secured bv a fund of the bask courts deal with. Stop with us when in and ve-at ever been offered here. ILower Pricesspecial has and entertainments and your horse No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. would call TRA1NS EAST. Five sworn statements of the condition to hicle will be welt cared for. slept, and made money; withal, most can understand him. Ho has tried tho are mads each yearto the United States a. m. p. tn. p. m. G, II. COOPKR .Lve Franklort A 4 00 00 river, galf, tho Solent, the card room, and its assets are examined at stated times 7 00 worthy creatures, but particularly Myers House Stable, Manford, Ky. S; Eiknorn jo by government agents, thus sKUring aJdititons 711 411 Mr. Turner, her father, and Tarls, all in vain. I don't know and perfect safety tn depositors. " Stanping Uround 7 a3 430 a148 You remember Georgetown..!... 7 47 13 4 47 This institution, originally established as ths was a type a kindly, honorable man, what to do with him. Made of Oak'.Pickeis, the cheapest and best fence Deposit Bank of Stanford tn 1J5J, then 3 oa Arr. C. S. Depot 439 755 in the raatktt but without tho slightest artistic or our last little supper party here. ited as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and 4 co Paria......C SPRING AND SUMMER. .830 533 literary culture; ho could talk for Well, begot it up, and was perfectly again reorganised as the First National Hank ol IRON AND STEEL; JROOFINQ Stanlord in iS8a, has had pracrualiy an uninterTRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. Nc. 8. hours of his business, and know more disgusted with everything and everybetter supplied Something to Beautify ,tho Ladies. ji a. ui. a 111., p. m. p. m. about tullow than any other man in body, yet all tho boys were old rupted iistcncoof lor years It isbusiness prompt Mill work at City Prices. cow with facilities lrauta:tir.g C 6 00 Lve Paris - 945 4 40 ly and libera'ly than ever before in its laug and England. Fortunately, his pride of friends." 6 41 10 17 C.S. Depot Dally openining. Now Hats, Aowcrs and laccsl Accounts of c jrpuratinns, fiduhonorable career 6 40 this distinction was slightly mitigated 6 as "Yos, I'm afraid ho is incurable" Georgetown II 10 40 We gits the assurance to the trade that they wil j 55 ciaries, fines aud individuals respectfully ' Stamp's Gro'd 10 ,8 find in our establishment the time delusiveness 7 a8 703 "Yes, I am," cried Selfton. springing by the fact that lie was also a connois-teu- r ' Elkborn 7 55 In style of patterns, hats aud bonnets and all the it li ot tfiu Bank is compoied ot Ths 8 13 leading novelties in Millinery for which v. c aic Att Frankfart A... 11 30 7 3$ of wines. His Bons wore riding from tho sofa upon which he had been Forcttu DirectoryLincoln coldiv; It eid, known throughout the country breeches on Sunday mornings and read sleeping. "I'm u nuisance to myself S. 1 Harris, Lincoln; I hao secured a P.W. GREEN, Proprietor. trimmer for the Thanking you for past favors, we respect "Tho Lunar Month" in their bedrooms. anil all of you. I can't forget tho tvt o SUNDAY TRAINS. J. H. Collie-- Lincoln; fully solicit your patronace heretofore so literally happy years of my life, and I can never : : : Kontucky. T.eaee Georgetown 10 i a. m, arrive Frankfort Ills eldest daughter was gifted with J. W. Haden, Stanford, M D DUIlDLRAK' bestowed. x.i ,o a. tn. LuCloisnt religious enthusiasm for ton live them again. I'll go into somo corKATL DLDDKRAR Manager. S. II Daughuianl Lincolo; p m. arrivo Georgetown Frankfort 00 lmj such families, while Mrs. Turner was ner and wait patiently for tho future, J. S. Itscker, Stanford; I am still running this 4 so r tn. Hotel aad since I cannot go back to the pasL" Tho Kentucky Midland Kalwayand connec-trrs- s motherly in the extreme. W. A. Triable. Stafford; will continue to give my guests the politest alien form the shortest and cheapest route to all M. D. Elmore, Stanfcrd; inas wall as tho best the market affords. H13 thoughts wandered to Georgie do poiats South, East, North and West. T. P Hill, Stanford; Vaux, hh old college chum, who had "Isn't ho a lazy dadda, snoring like Car further information apply to their agents. Special Attention to tho TravelC. D. HKIICAW, Gen Pass. Atfcnt. K. L. Taum.r.'.McKlnnev; when baby wants to see shared those Gray's inn chambers. Ho big Of Lincoln County. GEO. B. HARPER, Rec"r& Gen.Supt M. J. Miller, Mi. Vcrnon.Ky ing Public. him?" was always bright and witty, he could Frankfort, Ky "Why, Kitty," ho said, dreamily, . S. Hock-jr- , President; dance all night and work all day. pull The New, js. ). McRobcrts, Cashier; r a good oar, sail a against tho awaking with a start, "Is it really you?" A. A. McKinney.Astt. Cashier "Really mo, silly boy. Whom elso best, walk fifty miles, rido like a cenMill, taur, sing, drink and gamb!c, with did you expect, sir?" she asked, waving F. B. niLKY. Proprietor, never a headache or a touch. of repent- tho baby before him. Lancaster, Ky., "Come to me, sonnie," ho cried, laughance. Then tho gay assemblage of AND Co London. - -- - Kontucky. actors, artists and literary men. who ing gayly. "See how eager tho littlo Is now n full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to Its material, would there I have moved lo mv new llm.t ...1 . 1 to talk of any chappie is, Kate." OF STANFORD, KY., superior workmanship aud low prices. Note than '""u10. Then, as Philly nestled on his shoulniodate ths public. and everything, raoro especially of tho Livery attached, and every conveniens great things they wero going to do. der, clutching vainly at his mustache, Is now fully organised and icady lor businets will sirsd. 77 And by no means tho least wen? thoso ho drew her down onto his knee, and OUR SOME FRANK RILXV. jolly holidays upon tho river, the sea, said, softly: "By Jove, darling, how I Paid up Capital of $200,000. and the continent. Faugh! It was have missed you." flooring at yellnw Perfectly dear D. S. 2LO0O. iapei hundred. poplaror as Ji 50pine hundred. per As low "Poor boy, it is too bad of mo to Surplus, . SOLD TO awful to contemplate; a whole month Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at ALL POINTS: at a-- seaside boarding house, i'awn run homo to ray mother so often, Jtr.jo per hundred. As low as t 30 per hundred. Hustonvlllo, Ky., over tho newspaper all the morning, or isn't it? Hut I've such news for you. Allpatterns and thicknesses ol Ceiling In yellow Has more OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, nice Furniture than an v, 11... SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Pino, poplar, cnesmut anu asn, as low as ji at per mako the acquaintance of those objec- Father is going to launch out awfully. BANK OK STANFORD, hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as ft per lonviue. Mta pretty Buggies, Surreys and tionable persons who, adorned with Ho is actually going to buy a vacht" WISCONSiN, Beautiful vellow piuo finishing lumber, Phaetons. Moio good hundred. Plow, anu mom n.:.i,. "A yacht?" Now closing up) with the same. assets and undsi quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. Hinder "Lc?'J."ne" ""?'" ui, and more yacting caps, grace tho esplanade and orders. sne tame management. MISSOURI, KANSAS, vir.. ,h. ,M,V.."".r "BU ,ec "." ""? "a in. "Yes; tho boys aro becoming so indulge in many "morning bitters." THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, v"" .V..' "' tocic and Set chaster, depositors are ai Br provisions of prices. ' Lancaster. horsey. You know how ho dotests that fully protected asitsaie depositors in National 73.6rr Lunch, boredom, dinner, boredom inMEBRASK, COLORADO, Banks, tensified by a drawing-roofilled with sort of thing. So this Is to cure them. Iiaole Its shareholders being held individual! the eatent ol the amount of their sloes ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, old spinsters, giggling girls, and youths You are to bo captain, and ho is com- thereinto at the par value thereol, in addition to ths 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL KLOW M. S. IIacghmiji. j. w, ilA001lIAh actaj who persist in singing, with tho mis- ing over after dinner to consult you. amount invested in such shares. It mayfully as -FROM OLD . TEXAS, . executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as Isn't it charming?" taken idea of amusing tho sufferers. an individual. buislness to us "Rather; wo won't go to Heme bay To those who entrusted their 80UT8-WE'BS WEST, HORTH-WEwhile mnagini; the Lincoln National Bank ol Tho shadows deepened in the corners for our vacation, eh, littlo girl?" PROrRIKTOKS Stanlord, we we here tenderour many thanks and of tho room as the twilight died away. "Heme bay, indeed! What ever made trust they will continue to transact their business CLASS, SECOND CLASS FIRST LIVERY. FEE11 Ar The house was perfectly still, tho gar- tou think of such a nlapH?" ItlnoU with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenAND EMIGRANT TICKETS. tion 10 same, our twenty years' experience Is Since their discovery more than a century ago, den looked cold and gloomy. It was and White. banking and as liberal accommodations as are these famous Springs have given reallh and pleas, the silenco and gloom of sorrow, for THE BEsTrOUtTtO THE with sound banking. uro to a mighty arir.y ot Invalids and Tourists - his homo was a houso of mourning. from all parts ot tbo world. The Springs arc A Crucial Test. Kontucky. DIRSCTORS: Crossing tho room wearily, he peeped Mrs. Winthrop Do you think Jack J J Williams, ML Vsrnoa; Now Open for Reception of Guests. into the garden of dim shadows, press- Desmond Is really In lovo with Mabel? 'OILMAN VESTI3ULE0 COACHES, . H. Shanks, Stanford; siaoie, bee us Mr. Winthrop Great goodnesslyes; Boating Bowling, Billiards, Dancing. Driving, lor rates. Iuour SLEEPING AND DININOCARi ing his feverish face against tho cool J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Fishlcp, Outdoor Games.Good Muic, New glass; his dry eyes wero heavy with why, ho plays dominos with bor by tho S J. Etnbry, Stanford; Livery, ad caccueut i.uiiiue, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS HEAD OVER THE HARNESS SHOP anguish. Only two years ago they had hour! Puck. J. B. Owsley, Stanlord; And all that goes to msks your visit enjoyable. F. Cash, Stanford; RAILROAI planted thoso 6hrubs and flowers. Sho yORFOLXWESTERN J. Osier Too Many. with her llttlo hands encased in huge William Gooch, Stanford; TERMS MODERATE. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Wife Well, Eugene, dear, do you leather gloves, he in his flannels, wieldA. W. Carpenter, MllledgevlIU, Board and Rooms, 18 to Si$ per v.esk. Special Descrlptli ing a spado like a truo son of Adam. ever regret being a married man? W. H. Cummins, Preachers ilia Rates to Psmilies and Societies. Writo for Rates, Maps, Vrupulets, to any Station Agent, or to BLACKSMITH SHOP H. Shinks, President. And tho flowers still bloomed In their Husband Only when I sit down to a For further information apply to tar. at. bcvill. Dr. J. B, Owsley, Cashier, allcn hull, U m. t. aaaaa, Eden, but he must pace its paths alone. routed chicken just big enough for Will guarantee GTJ3 HOFMANN, Prop., work .n. . Stit'll'tMif trait. 1)1.. if TrUf Psm. asj Other hands would pluck those Crab Orchard, Ky. rrices. Ty ourhix... W.M. Bright, Teller. ' "fcior. j 10AS0H.T4. flower, one. Puck. UAS0CK.T1. C" "IIIS.O. 1 AT Fred Selfton was melancholy, apparFJKR, Y3GA.Tt I1ST ADVANGE ently without any just cause. Ho had spent a very pleasant day In tho exeAC When not so paid S3.50 wtll be charged." cution of his duties in the shelving1 department of tho homo ofllco, where ho . K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. had rend the morning paper, washed Trains leave S'an'ord at 7:15 a tn.an1l3p.tn. his hands three times, chaffed llertiu arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 913 p. m. .Gapes and heard tho latest gossip from Tommy lownlc. Then Tommy had L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. taken him to the Junior Gathcrium to 3. ti. ........ la 37 p m recuperate, and his journoy down to ........ ,...... 3 15 ns No. t. Ealing1 had been most comfortable. It wo. tj, a 04 p m South ... isp in was a pleasant afternoon In tho " No.,'T. earlv summer, his llttlo villa looked particuQUEEN & CRESCENT. larly bright nnd comfortable, and ho Trains pin Junction City at follows still had an hour to lounge away boforo Ho. t Soxth ...... u. 43 a in No a North ...3 3 P m dinner, which was tho most cherished " 3 " ...... a. 15 a m 4 ...1.3S P m niro of his daily life. Yet he sighed ns ' S ' 6 11.3s am ...3. 15 a m ' ...6 00 a m ho opened the door nnd entered his 840pm to 9 " fur- Note Nos. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run home. ther than Junction City, nor on S tnday. Kate had taken tho baby to seo her mother, but would bo back to dinner. This was not unusual, but upon tills occasion it Btruck him as being very inconsiderate of her. Having performed his toilet ho wandered mournfully about tho garden. Then retiring to his study a misnomer, for ho wns guiltless of such folly ho lit a cigarette and thing himself into an easy-chawith the air of a man weary of existence. Had his wife been present she would have wondered anxiously what calamity had overtaken them, but the fact was nothing more alarming than that her lord and master was suffering from what is technically termed "tho hump." Ilie other men in his room had been 1 1 . All Free lovers sit in tho nrbor where New Dlscov Those have used Dr. they had so often watched the moon- ery knowwho value and thoie King's hate not hate who its light silver the rustling leaves. Ho now the opportunity to try it free. Call on tho adIrce. had lounged there with his pipe, care- vertised druggit and get a tiial battleChicago,Send ami to II K. Itucklcn .V Co , your less and happy, as she nostled at his get a namebottle of Dr. King' New Lite Pills ns trial well at a copy of Guide to Health and Household fcido, often in silence, sometimes g Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to tlo sweet confidences. you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's By ono whirl of the wheol of llfo it arug store. wns in the past, but still uuburicd. Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Oonta Sinking into his chair ho rested his cents in Upon receipt of head upon his hands. It wns very, potmve stamps uc your addtess and 13 Soutwiir will mall ym our Exposition. very dark. So swift and sudden had Portfolio ol the World's Columbian as we price the trouble come upon him that it still The regular make is rc, but nominal. want you to You will the price have otti we seemed like tho hauuting memories of lird it a work of Art and a thine to be prisd. It full page tlewsiil the great building, fi terrible dream. Hut a few mouths contains uith description of name and Is ercnted tn the (Ago he was happy in tho sweet comhighest style ol art If not satisfied with it alter vem .tamps and we et panionship of his wife; now ho was yiiu theitbook.will refund the U. ltucklea let Co., A' Address II. keep whis-perln- Croon Briecr Springs FOR SALK. Persons dctirirg a place of this Mud will find it to thslr advantasc to call on or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 14 db, w. b. FEinrsr, Dentist, : Stanford, j Ky. Office on Main Street, Opposite W. S Uurch. Alt; at law THE 13AST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains, nlifht and day. Patreut laken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good the Post-Olfic- o M. Ncwland, Deputy Sheriff. Buroh cfc ITowland, day. Livery Attached, n-m el Hotel Si 00 per A. It HASriN, Prop. Kate Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kontucky filone. Chicago, III. Saving; 25 Cents. ; ITOTICIE 1 store-hous- e tl.to-haus- o Dehorn "Your Cattle. ROYAI J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, ; All Kinds oi Coal, ir ICE I POWDER PuroJ TO THE LADIES G)tn-natiu- m F. IIOLDAJI, w. s. btjhch:. loud-voice- d Stanford, at . Kentucky- THE LADIES POSTED. INVITED e. Olteu-icl- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. three-volum- FOR SA3LE Stanford, Kv. 1 easy-goin- g Si arance company Residence in Stmifoid and a Small Farm. J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, JOITES BBOS,, Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, 1 BARBBE Lin-1- tr-n- u G. B. COOPER, A. C. Sine. Ky. Midland R'y, and Frankfort FIRST Livery and Feed Stable, but-me- ss 8200,000 21,300 FOR CASH ovsrn-ms- nt 1 " 1 '' WIRE and SLAT FENCE .., sollc-te- d ;n Tho Myers House, n hrti-cla- tt tea-so- , Stanford, 4 -- TO TH23 CITIZENS bow-wo- half-rate- NORFOLK RAILROAD. Lancaster Planing THE RILEY HOUSE WESTERN TICKETS Farmers BanMTrnst fore-gath- fi'fi ! OF PRICES: CARPENTER, i "l' m -- SI, S1 Crab Orchard Springs. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, ! cos-inte- nt NORTH AND EAST. 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